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5-11-2009 @ 7:12PM
"I also think that the way two of the healers responded to the situation is selfish and immature. Refusing to heal is the MMO equivalent of "I'm taking my ball and going home."That's a tough stance to feel sympathy for."----Is it really wrong for those healers to withhold their healing services? If you've been treated unfairly (and there's a case to be made that these healers haven't been done right by), it's your right to protest. It's this same line of thought that workers go on strike to protest unfair working conditions. If someone mistreats me at work, or in WoW, it's my right to take action until the wrong has been righted.
5-12-2009 @ 3:21AM
Healers are hard to replace, but not so hard these two shouldn't be given the boot. They won't get a shot at the mace in their new guild either, as new players there. You don't strike in the real world as a first option, btw.
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