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5-16-2008 @ 11:37AM
As a tankadin, I really enjoyed the post, Allison. I look forward to seeing more :)I'd also like to highlight that the tank can generally get leader for 'marking' purposes and then boot a DPS out if they look at him/her funny. Rude and volatile, I know, but a privelige the role has. I can't truthfully say I've never used that advantage.I've never been that interested in PvP but I'm not interested in stupid people either which is why I keep my PuGs to an absolute minimum. If you're a reasonably geared tank and can do your job well, you can expect to have lots of people friending you for future instances.Due to the nature of paladin tanking, I thankfully don't have to deal with CC problems. It is however, disenheartening to see more than one person below me on damage when there are no tasks other than pure DPS.As "Nomad" suggested, being funny keeps me interested. Perhaps that's just part of my personal nature but I don't know anybody who doesn't appreciate a good chuckle.
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