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8-25-2011 @ 11:10AM
I remind them, once they've proven themselves intolerable, that no one is mightier than the majority of party members being more than happy to press yes to a vote kick.Especially with the "Deal with it" tanks that threaten queue times. Guess what? A dungeon in progress is top of the queue ladder, and I'd much rather take my chances with the next tank, no matter the gear or experience, in hopes that he or she knows how Not To Be A Douche.I actually find that, as of late, it's healers that display this behavior more often than other roles. Some tanks are just douches, and some have been beaten into bad behavior by douchey non-tanks, but most remember how tough the path was and typically have suffered the consequences of poor gameplay--from rushing headlong into a non-CC'd full elite pack of mobs or not paying attention to where the healer is and whether or not he or she has sufficient mana. I'm not sure why, but I've experienced a large number of healers just dropping group at odd intervals without a word or telling everyone else in a not-so-kind manner how we ought to do our jobs (because we're allegedly presently not).
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