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2-25-2012 @ 10:12AM
I agree completely. We are all responsible for creating the WoW Community that we want. If people always say "Vote kick the lowest 3 dps" - btw, there will ALWAYS be lowest 3 dps - in the LFR system, and that may be a place that MANY people experience their FIRST RAID, or have people shame them by repeatedly posting meters, that could discourage potential raiders.If guilds are doing the same, I can see why people won't stick around. I say, don't tolerate bad behavior that can cause other people to not enjoy the game (bullying people, ninjas, always being late for no good reason), but help those who have inexperience or problems with being undergeared. Help the good people become better players and boot the asshats - even if they ARE the best healers or the top dps. Yeah, this will cause your team to shrink. If you can PuG people, and become known as the guild who won't put up with crap but will help players learn, maybe you'll have the kind of people you want PuGging with you, and who knows, maybe joining your guild (or becoming a sort of regular PuG member). It's sad to hear that many 25 mans "have" to put up with unpleasant personalities in order to fill the roster. Maybe that should be as much a part of recruiting as looking at their gear, their UI screenshots, talents, etc . . . maybe even more so. The more pleasant people you have, the more people will enjoy the experience. The more people enjoy the experience, the more they are apt to be happy players who show up and stick around.
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