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8-22-2009 @ 6:32PM
Rewards for leading is a good idea. Putting a group together and leading noobish people through an instance does require some effort and leadership, and you get blamed if things fall apart. Though this has been less of an issue with the EZ-mode WoTLK 5-mans. Perhaps this could signal a return of more noob-unfriendly instances?Say if it is your first time in an instance (or in a heroic mode), you could choose to give a "leadership award" to someone who you thought has been a good guide. I'm very grateful when other players explain the fight to me etc. The reward doesn't have to be anything big, more of a recognition than an inducement.Its the kind of thing that happens between decent human beings. Sadly, humanity is often discarded in PUGs without loot to back it up.I agree that getting a reward for having the crown on your head during some 30-min milk run is dubious.
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