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11-11-2011 @ 9:30AM
It really depends on the reasons for the failure. If its the core folks from my regular run, a bit of frustrated "C'mon guys, we're better than this," can get us back on track. If we've got some fill-ins who are less familiar with the fight and/or undergeared, we try to tough it out, but sometimes we just ask them to sit out so we can bring in people who can get the job done.It really depends on the situation, though. Availability, level of content, and amount of time spent wiping to the encounter.I'm in the top progression guild on my server, but my group is not the progression team, so we're far more relaxed. We try hard, and we find success, but we aren't the driven, results-first team that runs the guild. Many of us were passed over for that team, or simply dislike the way that team is run, so we made an environment that works for us. Our progression team has no problem with verbally dressing down those who make consistent mistakes, replacing them, or even the occasional personal jab. It works for them, but its obviously not the right fit for everyone. You'd never hear the random movie quotes that pervade our raids in theirs. But you'd get the kills, one way or the other.
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