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2-09-2007 @ 12:31AM
I believe in ANYONE, not just hybrids, playing how they want. They want to DPS, fine, heal, great, tank, the more the merrier. What I cannot stand is a class not being played to the fullest. If a druid want's to go cat and rip it up, fine by me, unless they refuse to heal when it is needed.I am a lock and my girlfriend (who got me addicted to the game, weird way around) is druid. She loves cat form but not bear/healer. So when we adventure together, I use my voidwalker as a tank (Felguard now), she DPS's and so do I. But if we have a bad pull, hard fight and either of us drop low on health, she pops out of cat to put a heal on. If in a instance and the MT dies/too many mobs are pulled she will go into bear form to pick up the slack.As mentioned before, it's still funny when someome complains about dying when they didn't use a pot/healthstone (i always give these out in a grp) or even a bandage if the situation requires it. Many fights I have stopped dps to bandage myself to save the healer (so he can concentrate on the MT). I do find it bad playing/lazy to not heal if you can and you NEED to for the good of the group. If you didn't want that option then roll pure dps/tank if u want.
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