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6-04-2010 @ 1:20PM
I have never been a GM nor even an officer, so I wouldn't know how hard it is to kick individuals such as Mr. Green, but apparently it's quite hard. More than once I've seen such individuals stick around in a guild simply because either A.) No leaders care. or B.) They feel sorry for the guy.These individuals are more often than not DPS who 1. fail to follow directions, 2. DPS well below their Gearscores, 3. and are generally unprepared and lackadaisical. Just yesterday I was puggin ICC25 with another guild and they had a "Mr. Green". I watched as this individual broke all the raiding rules in a span of two hours, yet was tolerated. It wasn't until he told his GM to "f*** off" that he was finally raid/guild kicked.
6-04-2010 @ 1:23PM
My guildies are constantly telling me to **** off. :(
6-04-2010 @ 7:09PM
Our guild has a very similar situation with this article; let's call him Mr. Blue. He did the same thing on Putricide, except that... well, he ran INTO the orange blob when he was targeted. That's just one of the "Omg, did he just..." moments.The only reason he's not kicked out yet is because.... well, either he's a family member of one of the leaders, or we're THAT short on people.WTB free Alliance-only server transfer to Detheroc....
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