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6-26-2010 @ 4:57PM
When i used to raid lead we had a rule that if you weren't on vent you aren't coming to the raid, this usually sorted anyone out. You don't neccesarily have to talk or have a mic but it definately makes the raid harder. This works better when you have enough people to sub one in but this can be done if you only have 10/25 people online. usually the threat of cancellation/picking up a PUG would either make them cave or make the other raiders give him enough flak that he or she would come on. Obviously try to talk them round nicely first but don't underestimate the weight of not bringing a person. Another good quality in a raid leader is to know when to be your friend and when to kick your ass. Sometimes people need a friendly voice of encouragement but if a raider is constantly wiping a raid foot must meet ass (privately of course).
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