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10-07-2010 @ 3:01PM
You ignore people because they didn't dps the snowbolds!? Don't you think that's a touch overzealous?I can handle players that are new to content, or even if they ask some what needless questions. Personally I reserve the ignore list for those who are either griefers, vulgar or simply unwilling to co-operate in raid environment.
10-07-2010 @ 3:39PM
"You ignore people because they didn't dps the snowbolds!? . . . I reserve the ignore list for those who are . . . unwilling to co-operate in raid environment"DPS who don't kill the snobolds during Gormok aren't doing their job. To put it another way, they aren't "cooperating in a raid environment." And, by your own admission, are worthy of an ignore.
10-07-2010 @ 3:41PM
Not DPSing the Snowbolds IS "simply unwilling to co-operate in raid environment."
10-07-2010 @ 3:53PM
Just one thing? Welcome to the A Touch Overzealous article, I find it a touch overzealous.
10-07-2010 @ 4:42PM
@Scard and TelI should probably clarify myself; there is a big difference between players who don't dps snowbolds, and those that *won't" dps snowbolds.Players who haven't seen the content, or run with guilds who assign them to be purely on Gormok are not being unreasonable by ignoring the snowbolds.Players who refuse to dps snowbolds even when asked I would describe as not co-operating. If I'm leading the raid, these people find themselves rapidly replaced and often black listed in some manner.
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