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2-16-2008 @ 10:04AM
"Do not attack mobs that are under a hunters traps. ex freezing trap" this is the one big thing that i don't like at all.. I've seen a few tanks do this a few times are being told not to do so from the rest of the group.I've left groups because of the tank didn't have a clue in what he/she should and shouldn't be tanking.
2-16-2008 @ 10:35AM
Fair enough. But please don't trap your target right next to where I'm tanking. Be kind enough to pull him out of consecrate/thunderclap range, ok?If you trap your target next to the tank, it's not the tank's fault when the trap breaks.
2-16-2008 @ 11:15AM
Since now everyone can see a trap, and I like to have the trap down long before the pull is pulled(for cooldowns, to maximize efficient chain trapping), I tend to blame the tanks who bring the whole group right on top of my trap, spam consecrate/thunderclap/swipe, and then yell "TRAP SQUARE!"The trap is not a beacon saying "Tank here", it's a beacon saying "don't tank here"
2-16-2008 @ 11:21AM
In an ideal world, the tank should be the one coordinating when (and if) CC gets used in the first place.
2-16-2008 @ 2:15PM
>>If you trap your target next to the tank, it's not the tank's fault when the trap breaks.
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