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7-09-2008 @ 2:48AM
Everyone has problems like this one, and to be honest even if "pretending" is always a bad habit, getting irritated because people ask... is the same thing. You are in a party and you are going to raid: you have to DPS and sheep. That's all. Other classes have to buff, re-buff, re-buff, re-buff all the time.I understand your point: you would like people being polite. I agree, I like polite people too. But getting irritated is pointless. As a raid member, you're expected to offer the table, exactly as any other class able to party-buff... will be expected to party-buff.I understand *much more* warriors who get blamed/offended whenever they say "NO tank, I'm DPS". People do not want dps tanks because they do not provide CC and, so everyone in wow "pretends" to have them as tanks only. That IS annoying, I suppose. But again, I understand: no problem if you want to solo/quest. Instead, if you want to join a party and raid... do your job.
7-09-2008 @ 3:08AM
Um...Hello, mages buff, too.
7-09-2008 @ 4:32AM
PVP - not raiding. That was the point.
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