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11-11-2011 @ 9:37AM
My guild is very casual. When we do raid, we do it to have fun. Pretty much when people start getting grumpy, we call the raid. There is no point in yelling--that is demotivating as hell. We have tried the other methods and all they do (in our guild anyway) is make people feel hurt and sad and not want to raid. That isn't good for guild morale.Our raid leaders are very good at gauging when we have had enough. When we hit that multiple wipe wall, they will call a ten minute break so people can walk away. We might come back and do something silly like have everyone pull out a lucky minipet before the next pull. Then we will try again and if it is still off we stop for the night. Sometimes we go on to do something else and sometimes we just make plans for the next raid.
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