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7-09-2008 @ 12:13PM
Mage Tables are absolutely nothing like group buffs, I completely agree. group buffs are useless in BG's, they MIGHT last 3 minutes before they're purged/dispelled or you die.Mage food, on the other hand, doesn't leave your inventory and can't be purged. They are FAR more useful than group buffs by any measure. They let people get back in the fight faster, save healer mana, and can mean the difference between beating that rogue that just jumped you or making a long run back from your GY early in the game.Considering that Naaru rations can be purchased, I say this: If you think I should go spend 2 gold on something that costs you 34 COPPER to make, you're out of your mind. That's just being a punk. You will make back the cost of your table just by looting the bodies in AV. You don't even have to go out of your way to make the cash, we'll even loot the bodies for your lazy ass. Hell, if it makes you feel better, I'll start bringing the reagents.But no, it's not that anyway, is it? You just don't like feeling like people think they have a right to ask you to do anything you don't want to do. Well, I'm gonna tell you the same thing you tell me when I complain about the repair bills and thanklessness of tanking for you: If you don't like it, go reroll. Tables are a part of the class now, and it IS your job to drop it, just like it's my job to keep your squishy self alive in PvE. I don't care if it's a BG, drop the damn table. If you don't like being asked, then don't wait for people to ask. Just do it because it's your job and you're not a douchebag. That way all you wille ver get is thank you's instead of people saying "Wow, that mage is a dick."
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