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10-14-2009 @ 2:46AM
Well, regardless if this person is in your raid for reason x or y, I can see the point that matters, trying to help people be a bit better. I don't think it's an elitist sort of thing, the stuff you are trying to take down is hard, therefor those participating should be good. If someone is not, you try to help him get good, it's really something that sounds like very fitting for in a guild.And it can be a bit frustrating, in a small guild like mine we often take along a bit of the 'lesser gods' to fill up a spot and it can be a bit of a struggle. Yet I came from the same place, I was a hunter with no real clue about dps requirements, a bit too scared to join the big mean raiders and someone took me along, got me some new gear and above all made me realize the damage I could be doing. So soon after I went down all the possible sites, builds, rotations, gemming and now I often find myself on top of the chart.The point is though, sometimes you have to prod people a bit to get them to learn. And hopefully they accept the advice. A little motivation in offering to run some heroics can already be quite an incentive though it likely requires some self criticism from the person below par to see and work on it.It's not elitist, it's just the learning curve build into a game.No different then the tank explaining me in the Deadmines that I should just forget about most other heals and go for flash heal.
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