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2-21-2011 @ 6:42AM
I agree with you. Not that the RL should be a raging basterd, but it is hard to make objective choices when there are RL friends/relatives/partners in the raid. So you need a basic structure on how to handle those situations. Furthermore, the RL should be a bit of a dictator, in respect to the route you'll be taking as a raid. There is one road to follow and the raidleader tells you which road that is. Also in respect to how you handle your class. As long as you are good enough to also see this about yourself. All in all, you are right, although you could have put it in less harsh words, that it is based on rules which apply to everybody, including the RL. And there is always room for discussion, as long as it is after the raid. If you read between the lines to what Razz is actually saying, it makes a lot of sense. Nobody wants a raging RL, nobody wants to be belittled, but that is not what Razz is saying.
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