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1-22-2010 @ 3:08PM
Vote-kicks don't have to be unanimous. A kick was started on bad DPS one night, I voted no, and the kick still passed. I'm certain that 2 of the 3 voters have to agree (majority vote) for a kick; For anyone who is about to say "3/5 of voters, LOL!" you have to remember that the person starting the vote and the person being voted against are not allowed to vote, reducing the total number of voters to 3.
1-22-2010 @ 3:23PM
If we really want to get technical, the person who starts the vote gets counted as a "yes."
1-22-2010 @ 3:36PM
I'd be less inclined to call that "getting technical," but more so "getting obvious." :PLet's just get more obvious here and lay it out in full:The person starting the vote is automatically "yes," the person being voted against is automatically "no."Want to get silly? Imagine where those automatic votes are opposite, or giving the two parties a vote. Kickee says, "yes, kick me!" while the kicker says, "let's vote to kick this guy, but I would rather have him stay." What a messed up PuG that would be, eh?
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