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1-10-2012 @ 10:13AM
And I think that part of the problem is that we don't really have a universally agreed on list of what falls into these two categories:a) Really unexpected emergencies that couldn't reasonably be planned for and warrant inconveniencing up to 24 other real people, andb) Real-life events that one really should have either planned for before hand or not engaged in group WoW play at all because of them.For many events, most people will agree what category they fall in. But there's a whole grey area in the middle where the same event may be a "omg! emergency, gotta afk" for one person and a "well, this might happen, so I probably shouldn't queue up right now" for another.
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