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2-07-2006 @ 12:39PM
I agree with APC in that my worst PUG's seem to come after a really great one. I am a Priest and undoubtedly the blame always seems to focus on the healer when things go wrong. I was in SM with a warrior, hunter, mage and lock going through the cathedral. The mage and lock kept trying to see who could lead in DPS and kept jumping into melee, getting the butt handed to them and screaming to be healed. Rather than let the warrior due his job and build aggro they would nuke everything and when they died would blame me. When I pointed out that my job was to keep the MT alive and in the fight, they said that I had mana and should have used it. They made what could have been an easy run into something that turned me off somewhat to PUG's. Then of course I have had excellent groups where everyone knows their roles and makes grouping alot of fun.
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