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3-26-2012 @ 3:38PM
I think 5 is an issue for ours. Lateness, eh, that happens given real life, and usually it's not so bad and we deal with it (or use our standbys). But people have a consistent issue with forgetting to gem/enchant/reforge their stuff in advance, or even not realize it until halfway through raid. It puts a heavy--and I think unfair--burden on our raid lead to expect him to Armory/Robot check everyone ahead of time and be ready to fix things at the start. One older raider he knows personally, sure, there are circumstances there. Every other member of the raid who is perfectly savvy and capable of using the necessary tools to handle their own stuff? Annoying. Once in awhile? Yeah, it'll happen (I normally tank, so once forgot my new DPS bracers weren't gemmed and enchanted). Every time someone gets an upgrade and comes to raid? Frustrating. And our guild is very willing and able to give people gems and enchants for *free* so cost isn't an excuse!We're casual and fun-friendly, so it's honestly not as huge a deal as it could be, but as it seems to happen every week, and there are progression fights we have issues with, it just adds to frustration, especially when it's often the same people. However, the guild leadership does listen to feedback, too, so they do try to deal with issues like this.
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