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5-31-2011 @ 2:06PM
We had a problem with two members who did nothing but complain. They complained when they didn't get loot, they complained when a boss didn't get down. Yes they were our top DPS and healer on the charts, but there's so much more to being a good raider than topping recount. The DPS NEVER paid attention to raid mechanics and yelled at healers to heal him through easily avoidable damage then posted DPS (which he usually was on top) at the end of fights. We got rid of 'em. At the time we usually were 1 or 2 people short completing a roster on any given raid night. We were worried it would end raiding for us. Guess what, we quickly got some new recruits and have since continued progression without those two. Raid nights are a lot more fun, even when we don't get a boss down. We even took in a couple people new to WoW, taught them the ropes and now are some of our most reliable players. TL;DR: You don't need complainers. Even when they are topping charts. Get rid of them ASAP and recruit some fresh blood with better attitudes. Train them to be better raiders if need be. It's far more rewarding.
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