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4-08-2009 @ 9:28PM
This, this, a thousand times THIS.I realize it happens to the best of us. Something pulls you away from the game that you couldn't anticipate.But for the love of The Light (TM), if you know that you have some place to be or that your guild might call you away unexpectedly, do not join a group for an instance!I was in a PUG for Heroic Violet Hold, and after the second boss one of our DPS declared that his guild needed him for Eye of Eternity and he just left. Violet Hold is not a dungeon you can put on hold until you find a replacement!So please . . . . PLEASE . . . don't do this to people!
4-08-2009 @ 11:34PM
That's the most obnoxious thing. I can understand if real life calls and you have to log, but dropping a group in the middle of an instance because of your guild is lame. I know you want to raid, but you've made a commitment to the people in your group and you should see it through.
4-09-2009 @ 3:34PM
I abhor people who join a dungeon group and leave midway because their raid needs them. You shouldn't have said yes to the group invite if you knew you had a raid in an hour! I don't mean folks who have to leave because the dungeon group is going so poorly we've been in there for hours and hours and hours and now we're up against their raid start time. That's different.
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