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10-25-2010 @ 3:28PM
I'm a raid leader and one of two second ranking officers in my guild and we had one of these people once as well in addition to an allotment of other trouble makers. We are an odd placed guild, definitely the casual pace, but we like to clear content, even if it takes months and months longer. We deliberately avoid the "must raid 5 nights a week for 4 hours or you get benched" kind of stuff of the hardcores, but we are still up working on the LK now (way late I know, but we are there and that's all that matters to us).In any event, I don't understand this "he refuses to leave" thing? When we had trouble makers in the past they were warned, then if we felt forgiving warned again, then finally we g/kicked them if it continued, and changed vent passwords. Some people we have warned took such great offense at being told of their misbehavior that they left, yet others had to be g/kicked and we did not hesitate to do so.I think the person that Anon should have talked to first was the guild leader and inform him that the warning was not enough and that the individual should simply be removed from the guild. If the guild leader asked "why?" the response would be, "if you don't remove him you will lose half the guild and I'm not sure I can stay here either." A GM faced with removing a solitary trouble maker or losing 8 raiders will usually remove the one.
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