On Kong LCN, it seemed that with the new changes to bench raid killers, the "jerk" players found new ways to screw over raids. These players would attack the RAID until the raid party was just about dead. Then if the next player joined by doing an attack first, the raid perished and had to rebuild. This happened multiple times on several raids. I know that certain players on this forum will post their typical judgmental, critical "advice" such as: "People need to check first before attacking". Let me reply to that by saying the sad fact is, the standard rule is members who are part of a raid are expected to heal after attacking.... previously, there was no reason to worry about joining and killing a raid party with an attack. Of course, since this happened and people heard about it on Kong, players did start checking first. But old habits are hard to break and a few did forget and the raid party had been set up and they accidentally killed the raid party when joining the raid. Another comment I am sure a few on here will make is "It is the raid owner's fault for who they invited". On Kong LCN, it is not like we have a lot of people to choose from who participate in RAIDS. And that list becomes shorter every month as more and more of the past RAID DESTROYERS keep deciding not to spend killing raids for a reward that is cheaper to just buy from Limited Items; And, they are tried of carrying raid after raid for players who do nothing but minimum. A lot of people try to help the tier 1 players by accepting them into their RAID if there is no information negative about them available. With so many alts and new accounts popping up on Kong LCN and lack of established players left in Kong LCN, sometimes it requires a risk to try and get that RAID finished. Lastly. I am sure one of the responses I will get from a few trolls on the forum is also a RAID owner should kill their own raid - That is just the stupidest thing I have heard. Why should a person spend 4000-6000 energy to open a RAID, invite 29 people to help and then spend 75k stamina to do 300 million damage and approximately 36k energy to heal? For that, a player would be better off spending that 300 or so fps on 10 Limited Quantity Items. A Raid has 29 spots for people to help on the RAID not 29 spots to "Share Rewards With". It is a real shame that once a Raid perishes that the players in the RAID abandon the effort on the RAID and 29 other people get screwed. It would be nice if more RAID owners were more selective on who they invited - however, probably close to 85-90% of the RAIDS on Kong LCN are opened to the public. So if a player is looking to be in multiple raids, you are going to have to take your chances with the ones posted public. Of course one HUGE suggestion on Kong LCN might be to open the Tier 2 and Tier 3 spots to the public but be very careful who you invite on tier 1 since it seems those are the ones doing all the RAID party killing or setting up to be killed.