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4-07-2011 @ 10:18AM
I honestly don't understand why people are offended by being called "tank" or "heals", its like being called sir or mam, its my title, its what I do, I'm the only person in the group doing it, and it isn't deliberately offensive. My two cents.As a tank I DO agree that probably 50% of groups have at least one douche bag who just goes out of his way to make everyone's life hell. The best route is one that has been suggested above, harsher and more public punishments for being a douche. One draw back to this approach is the amount of time it will take for the already strained staff at blizzard. It takes a lot of time simply because they can't just take your word for it, they have to go back look at the combat and/or chat log and judge for themselves whether or not they we're in fact, griefing enough to be considered worth punishment.P.S.: Please don't just right person-relm was a douche in your reports, blizzard will ignore this.
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