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3-09-2007 @ 6:30PM
There's a very large difference between asking how to play and asking how to take down a boss. Bosses all have their individual quirks, but a pull is a pull.For example, walking into an instance as a hunter, asking to mark a target for frost trap or checking if they want you to pull is legit and will never get you banned. Asking the best boss strategy is ok as well. You should know basic group strategy and your role there. If you can't seem to get a group because you're admitting to your noobishness.. lie. Sure, you may mess up and wipe and piss people off and possibly get booted... but then you learn you shouldn't use multi shot when there are sheep/saps up. Learn that yes, if you don't de-select your target you will break frost trap and yes constantly pulling aggro off the tank will make the healer want to beat you in the face. There are a TON of guides on-line to help you be a better player at your class, but the best way is to just do it. See what's helpful and see what's not. An easy way to tell is your sucess. If your run feels good, sucessful and doesn't involve 12 corpse runs... chances are you're doing a good job.I've found some pretty great pug groups. I put all the notables on my lists. The people that suck and won't take direction go on my ignore list. The people that rock go on my friends list.
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