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3-01-2009 @ 2:17PM
My question is, what about those people who say go afk or are removed from a raid or dungeon - what happens to them - do they then just exist in the dugeon to not allow anyone else in or do they get pushed out to the entrance of the dungeon. I haven't seen any thoughts or discussion as to when a member afks or gets removed but doesn't want to go.
3-01-2009 @ 2:34PM
they still port out, just not back to their hearthstone location, just to the nearest graveyard. Trying reading the post first, it did say that.
3-01-2009 @ 4:02PM
Kevin Gass, I think what Dave is referring to is to is the problem in Naxx when a raid member dies and goes forever AFK (usually due to disconnect or an angry mom). What happened when we removed the dead AFK'er from the raid group and tried to summon a replacement was an error message saying the instance is full. Even more annoying is that the body would just linger there way past the six minute release.Many WoW players are notorious for not fully reading or comprehending the text so I understand, but I don't believe that that is the case here. Consider yourself lucky, Kevin, that you have not yet experience this problem in your instance raid group.
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