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5-04-2009 @ 1:27PM
Once someone's joined a raid group for something, you owe them the courtesy and respect of not replacing them on a whim. My guild usually PUGS 5 people or so for raids these days (mostly because of recent work scheduling conflicts amongst some of our players... the economy sucks). Once someone's in, they're in... unless they totally suck and give us a good reason to boot them and look for a new player.I know there have been a few cases (i can think of two over the past few months) where RL got in the way of raids and i logged in half an hour late or more. Sure, the raid was still going on, but i didn't expect to get my slot - that would just be rude. Now, in both of those cases someone had to leave early and i got in for the last few bosses that way, which is nice, but they certainly weren't asked to leave or booted.
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