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7-01-2011 @ 10:39AM
Ah... the age old 'casual means inconsiderate' argument.Casual is such a weird word in WoW. I dare say most people would assume that if you're raiding, even casually, if you are scheduled to raid a certain time, you show up, or have a darned good reason for not showing up. When 9 (24) other people are waiting on you to raid, then it doesn't matter how you define the word. Not showing up and not letting anyone know in advance is violating a basic tenet of common decency.Now if they declined a calendar invite, or didn't sign up, then in a casual guild I'd expect that they're excused. But that goes back to what the stated rules are in that particular guild.'Casual' doesn't mean you get to leave people hanging with no repercussions.
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