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12-24-2010 @ 8:17AM
To be frank, if you admit to your mistake with the WoW community, you get kicked form the raid/instance and abused forever. So...yeah
12-24-2010 @ 8:30AM
thank you Frank
12-24-2010 @ 9:47AM
That's not true. I almost never PuG, but even when I do, I usually say "sorry guys I fucked this one up, won't happen again"I've never been kicked after that as long as I don't repeat the same mistake. If I do repeat it (and I play a tank, so my mistakes are usually wipes), then of course I deserve to be kicked.Also, as for lag excuse, if I'm really lagging I say in vent that I am so my group can handle my errors before they happen (say have a different tank taunt, priest life grip me out of bad things etc).
12-24-2010 @ 12:21PM
I was healing on a new priest, got into Shadowfang with a 'tank' who had no shield, none of his talent points placed, and was in several greys and whites. He admitted he was new to the game, confused on what to do. It seemed like he was asked to play by a friend and his friend pretty much left him stranded in the 'wild' so to speak. We didn't kick him, or yell at him. We spent time explaining to him why he couldn't tank and we kept him on as DPS.
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