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2-02-2009 @ 3:58PM
I'll tell you what, if he thought his stunt was more important than his fellow guildmates' enjoyment of the game, he wasn't a good player. Maybe he's good at the mechanics of the game, but being a good player does not begin and end there. If it was a solo game, yes, but WoW isn't. If he wanted to do a fun run, he could have talked to the officers and maybe scheduled one, and then everyone could have fun, however he decided it would be more important for him to his fun than to help his raid. Since people died, he apparently also thought it was more important to have fun at the expense of his guildmates. While I do agree that namecalling is never really called for, I would have kicked him from the group on the spot and demoted him one, possibly two ranks and he'd have at least a month on the bench. If he wants to grandstand, he can do it in a BG or Arena, that environment is much more conducive to that, not a 25-man raid, especially after he was warned. I believe calling him out in vent however is just fine. It's not like he hid what he did. He chose to make his exploit public, so it should be dealt with publicly.
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