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1-14-2010 @ 7:05PM
"Vote to kick the tank: while satisfying, this is pretty much identical to #1 above. Odds are you're hurting yourself more than the tank, who will instantly get in a new group."If you quit and start a new group, you'll go back to the bottom of the queue. As far as I can tell, if you kick a member and try to find someone else, you're at or close to the top of the queue.Nitpick: Unless you're talking about some dude's wife who got turned into a pillar of salt, the word is "lots," not "Lot's."
1-15-2010 @ 5:38AM
And tenet, not tenant.
1-14-2010 @ 7:38PM
Or if you are referring to a measured lot of something. For example: "The first two lots were well labeled, but the third lot's labels were missing."
1-14-2010 @ 7:44PM
@Nick S:Yes, obviously there's more than one situation where "lot's" is appropriate. But my way is funnier.
1-15-2010 @ 4:39AM
Yes, but tanks have no queue. Kick a tank, and he will be back in an instance before you unless he stops to make a sammich or something.
1-15-2010 @ 9:04AM
@Zanathos:All you're doing is punishing yourself. Out of the three possible choices, the one that most benefits you and your group is to kick the tank and requeue as a group.Scenario 1: Everyone else drops group. The tank goes back into the queue and is back in an instance in five seconds. You go back into the queue and have another five to thirty minute wait.Scenario 2: Everybody waits until the tank drops group. The tank goes back into the queue and is back in an instance in five seconds. Your group goes back into the queue, but probably at the head of the line for "instances already in progress," and you get another tank in a few seconds to a few minutes.Scenario 3: You kick the tank. The tank goes back into the queue and is back in an instance in five seconds. Your group goes back into the queue, but probably at the head of the line for "instances already in progress," and you get another tank in a few seconds to a few minutes.
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