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1-30-2012 @ 9:38PM
One other type that really irks me in LFR, and BG's is the quitter. Yeah I know the article is about bullies, but I find this personality type to be even worse.That one guy in every BG, or every LFR that within seconds of joining just has to go into a diatribe about how they always lose, or how the groups are always fail. Of course it's never them, it's everyone else that's terrible in their minds. I just don't understand it, why oh why must you vocalize this extremely demoralizing attitude when you really have no clue who you are grouped with or their ability?"Hey lets go kill some dragons!""...why bother we're just going to fail anyway"I don't know why, but I just seethe with disdain at these people. Giving up before you even try, gah! These people in my experience are the same ones that insist on ignoring mechanics with the excuse of 'it's just LFR it doesn't matter'. Sure you can get hit by hour of twilight and survive, that doesn't mean you should. They're also the same ones in BG's screaming at people to stop fighting on roads, while they're fighting on a road.Basically, in my what, 7 years of wow, I've learned a simple fact. The person who is the most vocal in raid chat or bg chat, is usually the raids weakest link. LFR, BG's, pug raids what have you, stay quiet and focus on your role, is that really too much to ask?
1-30-2012 @ 9:49PM
Quick clarification on what I mean by stay quiet and focus. I don't mean never say anything, but only speak if it's relevant. If you've got a question before a boss pull, or need to call out incoming forces in a BG that's important, do that. By stay quiet I'm primarily suggesting that if it's not important to the success of your encounter, or you just want to make jokes, save it for your guild or friends. If you find you can't go that long without making comments in a raid full of strangers, at least have the common sense to save it for non essential moments, as in when waiting for a raid to fill.
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