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5-11-2009 @ 1:56PM
The officers failed because how the fragments would be handled was not discussed before stepping foot in Ulduar. Oh well. The officers decided quickly on a course of action and it seems like they chose the right person. However, the whining healers are the real fails here. The raid leader, who is a long-serving member of the guild and attends most, if not all the raids, got the fragment. Explain to me why the non-officer healers are so upset. Only reason I can think of is jealousy. Sure, they can hide behind reasons such as "there wasnt an established policy" or "we should rolled/used our standard loot system", but they would still whine even if the guild did that and they lost. Whining healers are fail.Jealousy leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to drama-filled /gquits that get written up in Guild Watch. What to do now? First, don't apologize. Explain the rationale behind the decision, but do not apologize. Second, find replacements for them. If they refuse to heal, find others who will. They're trying to blackmail you, so turn the tables on them. Third, get your officers to fight for you. You can argue all day with these dopes, but having other people speak on your behalf shows that you didnt ninja the item, that the leadership as a whole agrees this was the best course of action. If they dont like the leadership, why do they remain with the guild?
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