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7-30-2010 @ 6:06PM
When I saw "more stringent instance separations", I initially thought of an option to choose groups where everyone comes from a different server. Chumminess between players familiar with each other is often irritating, but whenever I find myself ported into a group with two or more guildies, I'm more than ready to /quit.Yes, I have seen a sudden rise in kick votes recently, and most have come during instances when two or more members knew each other. In one there was a sudden and unexplained vote to kick a healer who had done nothing wrong (it would be nice if you can't initiate a vote without supplying a reason), and when I voted no I got a whisper that I would go next if I didn't support the vote. I refused again but the healer disappeared. Since they had apparently burned up their one chance to kick I guess I was saved at the expense of the healer, and yes, we had to wait around for quite some time for another one to appear, all because they didn't like the shade of the original healer's bark, I suppose.
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