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1-27-2011 @ 7:27AM
Do you notice that if random dungeon/heroic groups have 3-4 people from the same guild, they tend to be jerks more often than not? Be it they kick my rogue because I was "doing bad dps" in 2nd place on recount or simply competing with their hunter guildie for gear. Or my new 85 tank can't hold aggro for their epic dps or die from stuff they refuse to interrupt. Or my still gearing healer who can't heal through 5 elites' damage on the tank with dps refusing to CC. This issue is getting extremely frustrating with ignore broken half the time. (SERIOUSLY, why is ignore tells me "Player not found" half the time?) I've suffered quite a bit of verbal abuse in PUGs, at times I had to log off because I was crying from it. I reported the issues, but got a form letter from Blizzard everytime. I'm not sure what else they can do to fix this. And it's gotten so bad that I have canceled my game subscription since i'm not having fun anymore. And i've been pugging stuff since back in original wow. Late wrath was kinda bad with the attitude, but it has never been this bad. (and please don't just tell me to stop pugging... My erratic schedule just doesn't allow for a lot of that, and I dont' want to repeat the drama from the last guild I was in. Nor do I want to keep running stuff on my tank and healer for everyone else and not have time to do stuff on alts with all the "friends". But maybe that's a sign that I should get off wow and play a single player game...)
1-27-2011 @ 9:36AM
I dunno, I often run with guildies and we tend to be patient and reasonable.I think when some people run in a group, they act however they want because they know they won't be kicked from the group, which makes them act more like jerks than the usually would. And then there's the people who go "I'm never gonna see this person again, who cares what they think of me?" They don't even treat their random party members like people.It sucks, and there's not much you can do about it except group with guildies. I'm sorry you had such bad experiences.
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