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3-22-2010 @ 6:19PM
@ Alden:If you find a pug that is comfortable with you dropping after you get your loot, that's cool by me. However, most pugs operate on the assumption that people will stick around for a few hours. If it's a raid like ToC, the assumption is that everyone will stay til Anub dies. In ICC the assumption is that everyone will stay until either the raid is called or it is clear the pug cannot progress beyond the point they are at.If you enter a pug with a one win rule and let them believe you will stick it out until the raid is over, then yeah you're the type of person I don't want to spend time with much. If you didn't like the rule you shouldn't have joined a pug with those loot rules.I'd have the same opinion of someone who dropped out of a pug raid 20 minutes in (unless he had a reasonable expectation it would only take 20 min). If someone says they will tank/dps/heal a raid, then I stop looking for that spot. If they are upfront and say "I can tank for 20 min, but I have to go to work after that" or "I'll tank until I get the loot I want" I would have passed and kept looking for someone else. If someone leads me to believe otherwise and then bails, leaving me in the lurch, yes I will absolutely make a judgment about that person's character, and refuse to run with them again.
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