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5-15-2008 @ 4:44PM
This is an excellent article! I would certainly be more willing to tank for PuGs if people followed this advice. I whole-heartedly agree with the comments about being polite, not only to the tank you're trying to convince to come help you out, but to your fellow group members. I *really* don't like drama in my groups and when I see bickering I always get nervous as to whether or not the group will break up in the middle of the run. =(The part about running threat meters is spot-on! I'm always amazed at how many DPSers don't run one and then complain how you can't hold aggro. =/The only thing I would add, is that if you happen to pull aggro, RUN TO THE TANK! =)Great job Allison!Gaz...
5-15-2008 @ 7:21PM
Amen! As a feral tank I hear myself saying, "Don't run away from me!" all too often. So now with my other 70s I find that when I mess up and pull agro running to the tank is second nature. And I almost always survive my mistakes since the tank can help me out.
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