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I've encountered some toxic players whose behavior have not crossed the line into anything GM-actionable, but quickly kill any assembled raiding parties I form. If I blacklist them, are they still able to join my parties in the Party Finder?

If so, is there another way I can prevent specific individuals from joining my Party Finder groups?

Finally, does Duty Finder respect the blacklist?

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Contrary to what the accepted answer says, as it has been the case for a while (at the time of posting this):

  • If you kick someone from a party, they can't rejoin the party (link for a post asking to allow re-entry)
  • If you have blacklisted someone or someone has blacklisted you, you can't join the party in the party finder if they're the leader (and vice-versa), as the entry will be greyed out: exemple here
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  • The Duty Finder part is still true though. Blacklist doesn't have any impact on Duty Finder, only Party Finder (and there only for the leader - e.g. two people who have put each other on their blacklists can join a party hosted by a third person).
    – Troyen
    Jul 16 at 0:49
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Can I ban players from my party?

No.

I've encountered some toxic players whose behavior have not crossed the line into anything GM-actionable, but quickly kill any assembled raiding parties I form. If I blacklist them, are they still able to join my parties in the Party Finder?

Yes.

If so, is there another way I can prevent specific individuals from joining my Party Finder groups?

Not that I'm aware of, but as long as you haven't entered the instance yet, you can remove them from the party with /kick Player Name or by right clicking them in the party list. There's nothing to stop them from rejoining your party immediately, though.

Finally, does Duty Finder respect the blacklist?

It doesn't.

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