He was saying that many guild groups that don't fill completely will often be social and take a PUGger or two along for the ride. It's actually one of the best ways to find people who would be a good fit for your guild.
I'm not reading the follow up posts in this thread so I'm sure my comments are redundant, sorry about that.
If there is a piker or griefer you can get around it with a reform.
So there is a solution for that problem even if it's not as fast and satisfying as you would like.
There would be no solution for someone booting you for unreasonable, um er, reasons at the end of a long quest or raid.
Therefore, being able to kick creates a bigger problem than it solves.
I also feel some big stinking voting process for kicking would slow down questing more than removing people would speed things up.
So again I say no.
And at the risk of the same thing being said over and over in a thread the topic of which gets repeated with other threads over and over, I repeat, no.
p.s. - no
EDIT - no
BONGO FURY - Ghallanda - Thingfish - Wizard, Diuni - Ninja, Gheale - Angel, Dullknife - Tank, Noodlefish - Gimp, Jaquaby - Treacherous and other gimps I won't cop to.
However, given how short non-raids are I really have to wonder why you care if someone does pike out one quest? Except for a bit of scaling, it doesn't really hurt you, you never have to group with them again. Why is it worth any chance of griefing to deal with such a minor problem?
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