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6-04-2010 @ 3:21AM
The problem is, people often just click 'yes' to those dialogs without thinking. I've been vote kicked from a group that actually liked me because some troublemaker was spamming vote kicks for lols (he spammed kicks for 3 other players, all got voted down, then somehow I got voted off when someone new came in - they obviously had no idea what had been going on). A guildy was in the group (who like the others had a vote to kick them for no reason) and said she clicked 'no' - she was as pissed as I was.I swear half the players don't read the name, wouldn't recognise which other player it was if they did read the name, and probably just click anyway cos hey, a bit of drama is always good for a chuckle. Either that or 'who's that again? guess they must be being an ass if there's a vote, I'll click 'yes' to be safe'. Be honest DPS - how often do you finish an instance and know your tank's name?
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