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8-26-2011 @ 1:35PM
There's a limit to how much you can work with someone. My guild once had a really friendly, kind, very likable person. Also a mage, so I knew everything she could have done to improve. Couldn't raid at all. I taught her multiple times her rotation, told her what to do every fight, watched out for her and told her to move all the time. Never once did it stick. She wasn't just low DPS, she lowered our DPS by killing us. ("Get those Frost Beacons out of the raid!") Are you going to drag such a person to progression, when farm content is always foreign to her? Now we're back to the crux of the issue, what do you do about this very nice member, but a horrible raider, and can not or will not improve no matter how much you try?If the player says he cares about the raid, he better damn well show it by improving his skill to help the other people do better. Leeching off of the players in the raid doesn't show friendliness and camaraderie; improving personal skill to help the raid shows it. There has to be a give along with the take.
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