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6-26-2010 @ 2:08PM
In my honest opinion, a good raid leader has a military side to him, his subordinates follow his instructions because he commands respect. If someone screws up, he's not afraid to holler "THAT'S A FUCKING 50 DKP MINUS!!!", and that's why the soldiers take care to not make foolish mistakes. :]
6-26-2010 @ 2:21PM
One of our Officers is an ex marine. He is my favorite O.
6-28-2010 @ 8:19AM
As a current active duty member, and casual raid leader (well, more then casual, I suppose, but casual mindset), I can say one of the more difficult things to do is attempt to enforce an appropriate level of discipline to your raid while still maintaining a entertaining experience.We run our 10 man HM's in guild, but often do 25 pugs and alt 10 runs. And the attitude and lack of respect that people have for each other in general on WoW is something that really gets me down. Don't get me wrong, I've been known to occasionally participate in the trade chat filthy spam. But some people are far to inconsiderate when it comes to situations that should require a bit more humanity.So, my point... sometimes I wish it would make sense to tear some of these clowns a proverbial 'new one', but it just doesn't have the same impact when done on the internet. It just ends up looking like nerd rage, and you run the risk of someone recording you on vent.
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