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10-25-2010 @ 4:01PM
Sit them from the raids, if they "refuse to leave" and the officers are too weak to kick. Their attitude is terrible and will just break members of the guild from raiding entirely. If they won't change their attitude on their own, but won't leave to find a more suitable raid group than yes, they need removed forcibly. Relatives in the guild or not (and hopefully, said relation understands why this is problematic).I've had disagreements with my fellow raiders, or been frustrated with progression, but I grit my teeth and deal with it, likely venting with my roommate but keeping it out of guild channels as much as possible. We've had little raid drama because the officers are proactive, listen to people, and work to keep issues lowkey so they don't blow up and drive folks away.
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