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4-12-2011 @ 5:24PM
it's interesting to me that many of the comments and the general sense i get from this discussion is the fact that it boils down to personal behaviour issues. yet very few of those commenting have ever admitted that they're the ones that are actually the problem. I've never read a comment yet that said "i like to gogogog and if a tank doesn't go i'll bail"... it's sort of like the societal complaint about how much we 'hate stupid people' or 'hate bad drivers'. none of us are actually the culprits here... or are we?And yet, the issue is so widespread as to require a programming change (the 'bribe) to the way LFD works. Obviously, the limiting nature of text/chat communication with people you don't know is rife with opportunity for misapprehensions and misunderstandings which of course cause anger, frustration and hurt feelings. and all of us play in different states of humour and focus; but maybe to enter LFD you should have to take a 'Consideration Pledge" where you agree to abide by terms of common decency and mild humour... haha. imagine that! never in a million years would that make a difference... one can dream i suppose.i know for my part, i'll continue to be awesome in all pug situations and agree to work with tanks and healers to make runs fun, smooth and enjoyable with only sunshine and rainbows and jellybeans for everyone!!!
4-12-2011 @ 10:26PM
For what it's worth, I've been the "gogogo" guy before. Then I learned it was annoying and stopped.
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