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2-08-2007 @ 2:53PM
As a rogue as my main, I wish I had those problems of being able to do more than 1 thing in a group. In a group setting, if I'm doing the LFM, I usually ask for a healer and whomever we get is expected to heal regardless of class.In my groups, I expect hybrids to play to their class. As a rogue, I have to play to my classes full abilities in order to stick around in a group, I don't have the luxury of having some other role I can specialize in. I expect the same from everyone else. If we have a priest as our main healer, and a paladin, druid or shaman also in the party, I expect them to heal when it's needed, but to do everything else they can do as well while in a group.I've had paladins and druids kicked out of my group when they refuse to buff or heal because thats not how they are spec'd. Tough crap...enjoy the fact that hybrids have as much functionality as they do, and do everything you can to make the party better. Just one siding, like not healing when you can, makes you selfish and childish.
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