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5-15-2008 @ 6:09PM
Some of us actually know what every class can do though. I'm tired of running PuGs and having to explain to DPS the things their class can do. Yes mr warlock, I only brought you to magister's terrace so you could banish or enslave the succubus so it wouldn't seduce me and let the rest of the mobs slaughter the party. I figured as a primary DPS class you'd have a good shot at being able to put out damage. I was obviously wrong about that, but it wasn't a deal breaker. But seriously, you don't even know what enslave is? Why'd you tell me "no problem" if you didn't know what I meant when I asked if you could enslave it? No, you can't enslave it with your current pet out. Yes, enslave can break and you'll have to re-enslave it. Yes, it's fine if you want to keep your pet out and banish it instead, but please remember to rebanish it when it gets loose because with your lack of damage we are still killing the other mobs 20 seconds later. No, it wasn't okay that you rolled need on the epic healing ring after the rest of the group just carried you through the instance.I'm so sick of PuGing MrT. I'm a decent pally tank, and I run with a really good healer, so we usually PuG our dps when guildies aren't available. Most 5-mans are a breeze because a good healer/pally tank combo allows runs with no CC and hence very little actual skill required from DPSers (DPSers good enough to have gear that would let them pull agro off of me are also typically good enough to know not to). MrT on the other hand requires actual skill and attention to group composition. Requiring skill out of DPS destroys PuGing for me. It is rare to find, and way too frustrating.
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