OT: I'd generally support a system where profanity would result in an auto kick. Even if it's really just that, a kick, that requires you to log back in.
But the problem with that would be the technical realization. No profanity filter is perfect. Especially not the one Blizzard has in place...
In overall I think it may have some positive impact.
Last edited by Wildtree; 2013-12-05 at 02:24 PM.
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I'm not an elitist by any measure, and I am very patient and forgiving of people whom are trying their best to learn fights and improve. People, such as yourself, I have no problem with.
It's people whom constantly and consistently fail to perform basic tasks (like the basic level of DPS required by the raid to hit an enrage timer, or moving out of the enormous red death mark on the floor) and, worst yet, make it perfectly clear they have no interest in even attempting to improve.
The ones whom ignore the tactics when they are kindly explained very simply by other raid members, so they don't even have to open the dungeon log.
The ones whom insist on nuking General Nazgrim during Defensive Stance, that insist on not attacking the Skull during Paragons of the Klaxxi.
These players are the ones that help introduce the toxic attitude that dominates LFR. They make the raid unnecessarily difficult for the other players, whom may not be uber geared or super skilled, but are at least doing their best.
These players are the ones with whom I can lose patience with, and they deserve it.
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Most genuine elitists don't bother telling you what you're doing wrong. They expect randoms to be less competent & operate around that assumption.
Edit: As an aside, personally I find the reverse attitude to be just as obnoxious as the OP's self-aggrandising dumbasses. E.G. the ones who go "Who's this elitist prick telling me when I can & can't dps Nazgrim?"
Last edited by lakhesis; 2013-12-05 at 02:25 PM.
I don't know if you've ever met a real elitist, he's easy to identify though. Has the title of "scarab lord", every legendary item even if they cant equip it, long forgotten about mounts, and typically a decent guy.
Odd how some people think elitism is a positive trait? Sociopaths perhaps
I think anyone who thinks they have to yell at someone everytime they wipe, everytime their DPS is low, everytime they miss the Flag Carrier, EVERYTIME THE OTHER GUY DOES SOMETHING OTHER THAN WHAT THE ELITIST WANTS HIM TO DO. It is just a game, and people should be allowed to play their way. If we wipe, so what. We try again. If DPS is low, so what, we try to help by being NICE about it, and not telling them to go kill themselves, but not before deleting their toon and uninstalling WoW. My definition of elitist is someone who makes WoW and job and takes everything in the game seriously with a life and death attitude.e·lit·ism or é·lit·ism (-ltzm, -l-)
1. The belief that certain persons or members of certain classes or groups deserve favored treatment by virtue of their perceived superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources.
a. The sense of entitlement enjoyed by such a group or class.
b. Control, rule, or domination by such a group or class.
You'd think elitists would have figured out by now we are the majority and the game is being tailored to us. We have NO issues with it the way it is, or will be. They have the issues, they can find a new sandbox to play in. We are the majority, we are casual, and like it or not, we are not leaving.
There will always be pissing contests and as a result there will always be elitists.