PuG Behavior in Flashpoints and Kicking
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10.12.2012 , 01:08 PM |
You did nothing wrong. Just the same as you did not ask to "need" it, they did not inquire as to why you did.
I encounter this all the time. I belong to a raiding guild and we look to pugs once in awhile due to RL issues. If it happens once during a FP with gear that is of no consequence then it isn't even mentioned. If it happens a second time then it will be questioned and if there is some sort of "assumed" edequette then it will be explained.
However. I would like to say that ninjas always leave people feeling very bitter and resolute to never letting it happen again. So they may have been sore still from a previous encounter. Take the high road and move on without malice.
"I Love hitmen. No matter how much you hurt them you never feel bad" Sin City