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2-07-2006 @ 10:31AM
I've had mostly good luck with PUGs until a Deadmines run the other day. I was running it with two people I knew. I was there just to help and hopefully get the cape drop from VC. We were 25-35 so the three of us could have made it fine. But I decided to be a nice guy and put out a general LFM message. We picked up two Warlocks. Right away I had a bad feeling about these guys and I should have booted them but I gave them the benefit of the doubt.One of the locks was crazy attacking everything in sight and always pulling aggro onto the main group. I asked him to stop and he didn't. Then he rolled need on a item he didn't need so I booted him. The other lock was really inexperienced but seemed like a decent guy. He was much lower level then us and kept drawing all the aggro because he wouldn't stay back like we told him to. Then he'd ninja the loot. He was apologetic and seemed to be making honest noob mistakes. He almost got us wiped by tab targeting an upper deck mob on the way to VC and drawing half the place down into us.Through all of this we were very nice to the guy and tried to teach him how to play. So how did he thank us? Before we went after VC we made it very clear that we were all going to pass on the loot and then sort out who would get what. He agreed to this. So what happens? We kill VC (no thanks to his aggro drawing ass) and he rolls a need on the blue drop after the rest of us pass. "but i relly NEED it" was his exact reply when we yelled at him. He knew what he was doing. What a dick.If you play on Durotan his name is Cocanswaran. Avoid him.
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