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9-16-2010 @ 8:45PM
^^^^^^^^^^^This comment should be required reading for anyone who wishes to raid. Period. For a while I was in a pretty hardcore guild, and this was the norm. People used the third person to refer to themselves, called out cooldown usage and rezzes, etc. When I moved servers, I went to a less hardcore environment. (i.e. people don't get called out for mistakes instead general announcements are made that someone made a mistake, you don't get gkicked if you BRez without permission, that kind of stuff which to me was the norm before) On my first raid, I got chewed out by our raid leader for "clooging vent with useless chatter" because I called out when I cast my BRezes, Innvervated someone else, or had a cooldown that needed dispelled. Raiding etiquette isn't common, unfortunately. People need to learn if they are going to be in the top raid instances.
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