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3-16-2006 @ 4:00PM
Running a stockade run with my warrior. I'm tanking like i'm supposed to, sunder/taunt and the old sword and board. We didn't have a priest, so we had to run with a Pally (this was before my switch to the horde). I noticed that he wasn't healing, and I pointed this out to him while I sat down and ate. He walks over to me and pops a trade... with bandages in it. I mean seriously...Another time I was in the stockades with my Druid, doing the main healing. Our warrior was simply running around like a psycho, grabbing entire rooms and then running across into a different room. The first time, I healed, eventually drew agro, and then died. So I do the wisp run, and warn him about running around like a moron. So what does he do? He runs into a room, grabs 4 guys, and runs down the hall, grabbing 3 more. So, being the good druid that I am, I walk back a little, go cat form and stealth. Needless to say, after he got back to his corpse, he saw things my way.On a third occasion with my warlock (my 1st character about 1 year ago), we had gotten murder on a VC run twice, and we were about to make it to the top part right before the man himself. So instead of hanging back and letting the people with ranged attacks pull, the pally runs up like God himself and proceeds to get us wiped once again. This apparently was the last straw, and everyone made excuses and the party disbanded. I then ran into VC's room, was introduced to his two stealthed friends, jumped off the side, and landed right in front of Cookie and about 4 other pirates. Needless to say, I was pounded flat instantly.
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