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7-26-2010 @ 1:57PM
The more details you have when you address the problem with that player's performance problems the better.Facts, Facts, and more Facts.
7-26-2010 @ 2:17PM
Exactly this. If I have an under performing player in my guild, I will literally do hours and hours of research on their class over a couple of days until I know how to play their class better than they can so that I can effectively give them good, helpful tips on how to perform. If the player is playing a class that is also played by another officer, it makes it easier, but I still do my research and then bring in the other officer into vent with the under performing player and go through all the different things that could be limiting their ability to perform. It makes it really easy to identify the problem and then help the person do better. doing this also makes the person feel like the guild has a vested interest in them as a player which makes them feel even more like a guildie.
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