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7-11-2008 @ 1:10PM
"And I wonder... what raid leader wouldn't take 2 druids as FR tanks on Illidan?This is just one of the many examples I can give you on endgame."You're missing the point dude. Yeah, it's a better decision to have druids flame tank. And most druid tanks would give upp ALL their DPS potential just to be ABLE to actually tank Illidan instead of his pets. Warriors, Pallies, and Druids can all flame tank. Druids CAN NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES tank Illidan due to shear. Stop complaining.Oh, you only need one prot warrior for Sunwell? Go talk to Ret Pallies about only needing one person from your spec in a raid. It's not like you're the only warrior, you're just the only prot. What's your raid makeup? 1 prot warrior, 1 prot pally, 2-3 bears? I bet there's also 1 ret pally, 1 Survival hunter, 1 MM hunter, 1 shadow priest, 1 moonkin, etc. You're not alone.You need to think about your situation. You're the MT. Period. You get to be the guy standing there smacking the big bosses and laughing. You get first call on all the gear that drops. You are REQUIRED for almost every boss in endgame raids while the rest of us are niche players. Your complaint is simply that you STILL don't get ENOUGH. This isn't old world anymore pal, other tanks are here and ready to fight for a spot. You still have the best tanking abilities in the game, but you want us to NOT be able to compete with you. You are already the king and you just don't want to have to work to keep the spot.Then again, from the way your post is written, it seems that your problem is that you personally AREN'T the MT, some other better prot warrior is, and you're bitter because the prot pallies and Druids are keeping you from getting into the raid. Sorry about that, but that ain't my fault. Go work harder or find a new guild where you CAN be the MT.
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