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3-31-2008 @ 11:23AM
the biggest problem i have is that thurs fri and mon mornings when I've done it there's been some horrible lag and I've gotten stuck with an evading or invisible mana worm beating on me only to find myself dead 4 minutes later. I've taken to soulstoning myself though many of you don't have this option and running with my voidwalker who can atleast hold the aggro though I rarely use him and usually rely on the imp. It's true locks have an advantage here but that being said, it's not like I haven't been fighting three worms standing over a mana cell and had it ninjaed. I don't do the same but it happens.One other things i've noticed regarding rudeness among players is how people just don't understand that in the chaos accidents happen. I got cussed out good and proper at the throne of kil'jaeden b/c I saw a free felblood elite and dotted it, it takes 3 seconds for a dot to even tag a mob so I usually lead of with an instant but there were plenty around. Well, then I realize there was a gnome warrior siphoning it , oh noes. Well, needless to say I was subjected to a huge tirade and he wouldn't believe me. Tag things before you waste a siphon, these elites don't hit that hard anyway and be understanding if someone tags your mob. I have plenty of mobs where I place a dot and then watch someone else get it anyway and I just move on. If I really was in that big of a hurry or wanted to be that competitive I'd instacast them all and act like I was on the elemental plateau banishing my next target, tagging a 3rd and fearing it while I drain tanked one but the spawns are fast and a few seconds to find a new one isn't going to kill anyone. After all the furor dies down I'm sure there will be plenty of mobs for everyone to finish quickly.
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