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1-27-2010 @ 10:17PM
@ TimirI don't think the point was to imply that people who play really well should stop playing well. The point was that you're going to run into those players who play really well but, make a point of belittling players who may not. They adopt this ego-maniacal attitude where they think they are *the* best and the success of the entire raid rests solely on their ability to perform at their best. Nobody is this important - yes, you may be top DPS/heals every single night and outperforming other healers by a mile but, that doesn't mean the world is going to implode if you miss one night. The raid will find a competent player to fill their spot and everything will be well. The point is, many don't realize this.If a person plays any class well, they shouldn't start pointing fingers about who sucks and begin to list the 10 reasons why. If you really think you can play better than anyone else while doing a handstand blindfolded with the other hand behind your back, you are sorely mistaken. We all have areas to improve upon and these "hero players", shouldn't be mocking others, they should be speaking to them before and after raids, offering some 'imho' advice about their classes and how they can maybe improve a little - so long as you do it in a respectable and helpful manner.PS - I went off on a tangent but, points still stand.
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