Jun 17th 2011 5:16PM Everything is relative.
Maybe it's a really hardcore guild. Maybe there was only one person (the problem) who could use the gear anyway. Maybe it's not an uncommon drop.
On the face of the comment, I disagree but there could be more rationale than we realize.
Jun 17th 2011 5:09PM I led a 10-man casual raiding guild in WotLK. It came to my attention one of our raiders (a tank no less) was overly friendly with the girls in the raid.
The first thing I did was ask each of the girls how they felt. Some said it was annoying but not worrisome. Others had already told him off. But one concerned me because she didn't want to be mean but the attention bothered her.
Solution: I told them if they couldn't raid with him to tell me and I would cut him from the raid/guild. Meanwhile, I started training another tank. I recommended the girls be blunt with him. It was clear who the problem was but I wasn't going to interfere with anything which didn't affect our raid/guild.
The End: We killed Lich King before the buff reached 30%. The girls raided with him. For his part, he respected when they asked him to back off. The girl who was Too Nice got married to her fiancée and has since quit after honeymooning and moving IRL.
TLDR: Guy was a little girl crazy but fundamentally a nice guy. Let the girls deal with it until it affects raid/guild. And make sure you have backup raiders.
Jun 10th 2011 7:11PM A thought: Maybe the advice was intended for readers in general, not the OP specifically. Lots of readers with similar situations may not be as understanding as Confused.
Jun 6th 2011 11:08AM Will Mok'Nathal ever be playable? The bonus campaign in WC3 Frozen Throne was very near to WoW and had one of the best (imo) heroes, the Beastmaster. What happened to them anyway? Has the lore been advanced at all?
Jan 17th 2011 5:09PM As a good hunter, I feign death a lot. I choose toons based on their death animation.
I hate male nelfs.
Jan 17th 2011 4:54PM *greater, not more greater. Grammar fail =(
Jan 17th 2011 4:53PM Two more things to consider.
1. Sometimes programmers purposely break things. They get a bug report but can't track down the exact cause so they start trying to force the error to occur again.
2. It is easier to test things in extreme. If you see a general trend indicating something is unbalanced, if you exacerbate the issue you can see more clearly what is actually occurring. If you imagine a graph, the difference between the highest point and lowest point is more greater than any other two points in between.
Dec 27th 2010 4:24PM This might mean I can raid 25m again... my card just isn't good enough atm.
Dec 8th 2010 11:47AM zomg
Dec 8th 2010 11:46AM my vid card fails so hard I can't raid 25m anymore...