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6-08-2010 @ 2:32PM
I have a slightly different scenario...I was in a pug and just happened to get matched with a guildy (someone i wasn't actually familiar with tho). The other 3 party members got upset that my guildy wasn't dpsing up to their standards and asked him to drop, politely actually. His response was that he hadn't been paying close attention before and that he would be sure to focus better from here on out. That really set off the other guys and they then began to berate him for "wasting their time" and pushing me to kick him from the group. I responded that I was not going to do that to a guildy and offered to drop from the group if they wanted to replace me instead. They responded that they did not want me to leave but still insisted that I vote to kick. I was not really sure how to respond and so decided to drop and go back to farming, but I still don't know what the "right move" was in that situation.
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