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2-08-2012 @ 4:41PM
While that sounds like a great idea, it can easily be abused. For example: I join LFR and decide I want to be a jerk so I -1 everyone in the group. Most people probably wouldn't rate anyone the entire run unless something extreme happened on either end (good or bad). So all it takes is a couple of jerks to ruin your rating when you've done nothing wrong to begin with. What I want to do is start a movement where everyone votes to kick a player that starts screaming about booting other people or screaming about heals/dps/tanks in situations where there hasn't even been a wipe. I think that would go a long way to weed out people that want to be a-holes in LFR/LFG. People also don't feel the need to stick up for someone that is being berated in these situations. You will occasionally see someone say "It's LFR chill out man" and that is usually enough to diffuse the situation.
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