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4-07-2011 @ 12:48PM
I agree with most comments here that attitude is a big problem in LFD groups, and one of the main reasons why tanks/healers don't queue as frequently as DPS. Seriously, folks, what happened to manners and respect, logic and reason, kindness and support? These are the characteristics of quality WoW players, skill really has nothing to do with it. I've run with DPS of all sorts, and the percentage of "gogogo, I want lewtz" players is astounding. Just last night, while healing a random heroic, the hunter in the group was determined to spend as LITTLE time in the instance as possible: pulling trash before the group was ready, MD'ing onto the tank to save his own ass. People like that don't get my heals, and as soon I'm able, I vote-to-kick. It shocks me that common courtesy has gone the way of the dodo, because you would think that in a social, community-focused game, people would be supportive and respectful to everyone else. I for one will continue queuing for heroics, if only to stick it to the douche-bag players who think that they are all that, that they deserve fast loot because they were stuck in a queue for 45 minutes.Now, that's not to say that tanks and healers NEVER act out, because they do. Maybe it's just that the chances are higher for DPS players because there are 3 DPS slots to every LFD group, I don't know for sure. I do know that people need to smarten up and act like human beings again because it would suck if these actions started to make their way into the real-world. More so than they already have, anyway ;)
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