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9-12-2011 @ 12:51PM
actually, it has been my experience raiding with minors that it is an extremely good idea to get their parents on vent, describe what kind of commitment you are expecting from their kids, and make sure that the parents are aware of exactly what is going on with this kid.Most importantly, find out exactly what the kids restrictions are, and make sure you help out enforcing them. If he has to be off the game at 9pm his time for bed, then make sure the raid doesn't spill over that time, or you WILL be causing problems for him.kids are extremely prone to getting in trouble with their parents over wow, and a little openness between the guild/raid leader and his parents will save that kid a lot of problems.There's many good reasons to treat minors like minors. Don't expect them to behave like perfect adults, because they are not. But there's no good reason to not have skilled minors in your raid, as long as you all agree to their restrictions. And if they don't have any restrictions?
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