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2-02-2009 @ 1:44PM
as a raid leader for a casual raiding guild i am big on group accountability. each person is a contributing member and all the members succeed or fail the raid with their participation. each person is therefore held accountable for their actions, this means many people get called out over vent for their mistakes.this system has worked very well for us. i am not part if this 'y' generation who makes everyone feel special and they are all superstars.was the raid leader wrong for calling the offending member a 'dick', perhaps, but if the story as told is true the member in fact was being a dick. the expectation of him wearing his gear was given then not followed, that is disrespect directly to the offiicers that gave the instruction. afterwards bragging about doing exactly what the expectation told him not to do is even more disrespect to that same officer. while this may not warrant a gkick, it would however call for at minimum a saction.
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