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11-11-2011 @ 9:04AM
I've been an officer of a few guilds - and been a raid leader many times. One of the things that irks me is when raid leaders use the anger approach while I'm trying to keep things positive. It has caused me to quit the game before - more specifically being unable to reconcile my positive approach to raiding with the hard-raging raid leader. Raging raid leaders tend to cause people to quit guilds.Fortunately, my current raid leader and guild leader usually prefers the humour/analytical approach with positivity thrown in. Sometimes it leads to anger, and while I can understand where the guy is coming from, I always cringe whenever it leads to that.As a raid leader myself I never resort to anger. I'm playing this game for fun, so is everyone else. There's no need for anger. I won't tolerate people who pay no attention, though. If you're not going to put in any effort, I simply will replace you. But - I'll do it nicely, unlike many other raid leaders.
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