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7-25-2011 @ 10:16AM
I would like to say I would like to be able to speak/text another language as well as the person asking the question. Was it perfect? No. Was it understandable? YesAt this stage in raiding - getting replacements should not be a major issue. So my answer would be similar to the author - allow them back (as I agree people - if they are being honest - should have a second chance). However also look for replacements. Make sure they know that if there are handy replacements for there slot, you WILL consider them. If they do not feel completely secure (ie they have a guarrenteed raid slot) then they may improve their behavoir. As to the staff - well if you genuinely have noone else to give it to, then sure let the caster have it - it makes no sense to just ignore it and waste a potential upgrade for the raider. However if there are viable alternatives, explore them. There is nothing more galling than seeing the person who was to recieve the legendary say 'well thanks for that - now I have the dps for (insert guild name here) so Im off - bye'. That happened to our guild and tbh if wrecked peoples drive to raid for a while.I personally do not believe the raiders in question 'changed their minds'. I suspect they were told that either there would not be raid spots for them, or possibly that the staff would not go to the new caster. I am also wary as two raiders went and came back at the same time. This smells fishy to me - are they RL friends by any chance? If so then it may be that the 'other' guild only wanted one of them as a raider - and they want to raid together.No matter what happens - if i were the raid leader I would make it very clear that both of them have lost a lot of trust, and now need to regain that trust before their raid slots were secure again - let alone the gift of the best dps caster weapon in the game currently.
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