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8-27-2008 @ 9:26PM
Just don't take people who are fully geared in pvp resilience sets, most of the time they're pve failures.
8-28-2008 @ 4:48AM
That's BS. Most people nowadays at the end of BC have alts, and gearing up my 3rd alt it's quite logical I went for Merciless gear.My mage is always top DPS in heroics, rarely pulls aggro, and can sheep and CS perfectly. No wonder, I'm a former raider who rerolled a different faction. Yet, I have mostly PvP gear with a few badge and heroic drop exceptions.If there's anything you should look for when wondering if the person is good it's:1. Guild - is he a member of a renowed crappy guild? A guildless person may simply mean an alt.2. Omen - does he have it?3. Gems&Enchants - does he have an acceptable amount? (None is a bad bad sign)4. Language - does he talk on chat? If he does, is he polite/pleasant?5. Specc - not every frost mage is a PvP mage for example, but if you know what to look for you know if the person chose the wrong talents for a heroic runThose are pretty much the only 5 signs you should look for. Rest is insignificant and some PvP gear doesn't automatically mean a bad player.
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