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All members of the raid will receive a popup window that asks if the player is ready. If all players click "yes", the person who initiated the check will receive a message indicating so. If a player clicks "no" or does not respond within the prescribed time limit a message will be sent to the leader indicating that they are either not ready or AFK, respectively. Players who are flagged with the <[[AFK]]> flag will auto-respond as being AFK.
 
All members of the raid will receive a popup window that asks if the player is ready. If all players click "yes", the person who initiated the check will receive a message indicating so. If a player clicks "no" or does not respond within the prescribed time limit a message will be sent to the leader indicating that they are either not ready or AFK, respectively. Players who are flagged with the <[[AFK]]> flag will auto-respond as being AFK.
   
Ready checks are most often used in preparation for a boss encounter to make sure ready to commence. They are also often used as a means to survey which players have returned if the raid takes a break for any reason.
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Ready checks are most often used in preparation for a boss encounter to make sure everyone is ready to commence. They are also often used as a means to survey which players have returned if the raid takes a break for any reason.
 
Note: The ready check popup window will not appear for group members who are currently playing in a [[Battleground]]. This can sometimes make a raid leader (especially when organizing a [[Premade]]) erroneously believe that a team member is AFK.
 
   
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Note: The ready check popup window will not appear for group members who are currently playing in a [[Battleground]]. This can sometimes make a raid leader (especially when organizing a [[Premade]]) erroneously believe that a team member is AFK.
 
[[Category:Game terms]]
 
[[Category:Game terms]]
 
[[Category:Raids]]
 
[[Category:Raids]]

Latest revision as of 07:41, September 23, 2009

A ready check is an automatic survey that can initiated by a party or raid leader. Anyone promoted to raid assistant by the leader is also able to use the command. The command is initiated by typing /readycheck, or by clicking the "Ready Check" button in the raid ui panel.

All members of the raid will receive a popup window that asks if the player is ready. If all players click "yes", the person who initiated the check will receive a message indicating so. If a player clicks "no" or does not respond within the prescribed time limit a message will be sent to the leader indicating that they are either not ready or AFK, respectively. Players who are flagged with the <AFK> flag will auto-respond as being AFK.

Ready checks are most often used in preparation for a boss encounter to make sure everyone is ready to commence. They are also often used as a means to survey which players have returned if the raid takes a break for any reason.

Note: The ready check popup window will not appear for group members who are currently playing in a Battleground. This can sometimes make a raid leader (especially when organizing a Premade) erroneously believe that a team member is AFK.

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