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6-08-2010 @ 8:14AM
I would start by sticking up for them. Especially when I'm tanking on my Pally. Most dungeon groups, especially the dps, wont argue incase you kick them or drop group and they are left with a long cooldown + queueing time to get back in, wheras tank queues are pretty instant. If they insist on being abusive then one final warning and I'll initiate a kick after that. Or if its more than one player just leave. I think its fair enough warning. This game is designed to be fun, not to be filled with abuse and stress. Plus everybody has to learn somewhere and these days most elitist players forget that not everybody in the DF is a Light Of Dawn. I would always rather offer advice to a player than abuse.However thats not to say if valid advice is offered to a player and they ignore it multiple times, then I can understand players getting a little impatience. Theres a difference been allowed newbie mistakes and ignorance.
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