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9-20-2008 @ 11:27AM
I kind of expect at least one mage to make a table, and a lock to make a soulwell in BG, after all it is for the greater good, for the success of the team.that being said, it's no crisis if the dont.Raids are an entierly different matter.So i got a cheap ass mage in my raid?doesnt wanna make a table?Fine, I'll just convince the priest/druid/pala etc. not buff you, I will refuse to help you if you get aggro, and ill do my best to not raid with you until you learn to make me a table.That being said, I always lug around 4kinds of buff foods (+spell dmg, +20stam, +30stam, +agi) in case anyone needs it.its about being a nice guy, and everyone doing their part of the raids success.
9-20-2008 @ 11:43AM
I always make as many tables as the raid needs as often as is needed.BG's I usually just make one in the first BG I join, But if someone asks me nicely and I have the reagents , I will usually drop one for others from time to time.I usually just do single AI's to casters and mana users while I'm waiting for the BG to start.
9-20-2008 @ 12:59PM
I'm glad I don't have tools like you in my raid groups. Seriously. The mentality of some WoW players is similar to that of 12 year old girls. While I don't agree with mages not making tables in raids, because everyone has to do a certain bit to help the raid out, I don't believe being a prick in return is a way to help the raid either.But hey. I'm a resto shaman. I keep the tank alive so that the mage can DPS, and not get one-shotted like the glass cannons they are. What equivalent do mages have for *THAT*?
9-20-2008 @ 1:58PM
Nothing in the article said anything about mages dropping tables in raids.... that's kind of what it's there for, chill.Most times in BGs I don't even get buffs from the cheapskates asking me to make them a table. After 3+ years on my mage getting begged, insulted, and treated like a clerk at the grocery store, you can all spend your own gold and get your own.
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