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4-27-2008 @ 1:55PM
I think this really depends on the quality of your group. I'm not saying at all that better groups chain pull and worse ones don't, but that better groups know when to chain pull and when not to. As a tank and/or raid leader, you have to find the right balance of speed and safety. Too fast, and yes, the raid can wipe. Too slow and it gets tedious. We've all been in groups with the leader who feels the need to explain what every single mob does before every single pull, makes sure everyone from the healers down to the warlocks has exactly 100% mana, and does a ready check each time. Those are the groups that spend four hours getting to Opera vs spending four hours getting to Prince, for example. Wiping isn't fun, but neither is falling asleep waiting for the pull.
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