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5-06-2009 @ 2:57AM
Meh, I'm with the guild leader on this.At the very least, he should have apologized for wasting 9/24 other people's time and then he could have asked if it was ok to pug it.Rules like that don't need to be explained, they're common courtesy.
5-06-2009 @ 4:15AM
If you can't run a raid because one person isn't there, then it's time to recruit... not gkick.
5-06-2009 @ 4:30AM
Your argument makes perfect sense if you're attempting to be purposefully obtuse. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you're not doing it on purpose.1) Be on time for raids.2) If you're not on time for raids, apologize.3) If you want to lock up your raid ID with a pug, ignoring the fact that your guild might actually need you to fill in on their raid later because, I mean, why else are you in a guild after all... at least have the common decency to ASK first.Follow those simple rules and you drastically reduce your chances of being /gkicked from a serious raiding guild. Don't like the rules? Go and run with guilds who don't care that people are late. Of course you might spend most evenings waiting to raid/not raiding because half the players are late or decided to watch House instead. Your choice.
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