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Interstellar Command's Code of Conduct and Expectations

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Lets keep these things in mind while in the raid.

  • Keep the chatter down in voice comms, primarily during the boss fights, even more so on new fights. Unless you have essential information to communicate to the raid during a fight please bite your tongue. Just use common sense and we are in good shape.
  • Try not to bring too much negativity to the raid. it doesn't help. Negativity can spread like wildfire and we do not need to hurt our morale. Content takes time to learn so please be patient with everyone To this point, It should also be understood that our raid is pretty well split across the time zones - meaning that we have both people that stay up pretty late to raid and other that rush home in order for us to raid. We only raid three nights a week, this time is limited and valuable. If we want to progress through this content in a timely manner lets keep our heads straight.
  • Don't Argue. I'm not trying to say that leadership is infallible or that our word is absolute, but it is not conducive to progression to argue mid raid. If something is bothering you with the strategy of a fight or how the group is performing please bring it up with an officer outside of the raid. It's not fair to everyone else if you derail the raid with dissent. We have forums for strat discussions, and if you just want to have your voice heard with someone's undivided attention, then please come to leadership after the raid. We're always hanging out after the closing notes, and while some of us may be tired, we'd be happy to hear you out.
  • You are on 19 other people's time. This is kind of a point that was loosely touched on in the above, but it's just something that is really important to understand. When you join a raid with 19 other people, the time spent in the raid is no longer your own. It is the raid's time, and you are sharing it with 19 other people. There's no telling what those 19 other people are sacrificing to be here, and what you sacrificed to be here, so please be respectful and mindful that if you're holding up the raid, you're holding up 19 other people's time. Time that could be spent with loved ones, getting work done, or progressing on the next boss fight.
  • Personal responsibility and accountability should be a constant focus for everyone in the raid, especially as we get further into DS. Datascape is not an easy raid. It's hard, and it takes a lot of focus. Further, it puts a lot more responsibility on the individual. The raid relies heavily on the individual being able to avoid cleaves, stand in heals, and deal with mechanics.
  • Be Proactive, not reactive. I know we've all been playing for a while at this point, but this isn't Standard MMO raiding. We need to be taking as little damage as possible, as a raid, and when we have to take damage it needs to be absolutely minimal. We need to be standing in heals and not expecting them to come to us.

We are here to clear content because its fun, just need to keep everything balanced.

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