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10-06-2008 @ 2:37PM
Not challenging enough? Has he ever tried to get a tank for a five-man pug? But seriously, there are all kinds of content that might as well be word puzzles written in ancient Hittite for all the luck I'm going to have pulling them off, because I don't belong to a high-end raiding guild, and I don't really want to. I won't be seeing the inside of Black Temple any time soon. Heck, ancient Hittite puns would actually be an easier challenge - that I can probably find a book on, and I don't have to spend every waking hour raiding to figure it out.
10-06-2008 @ 2:46PM
PUGing on Moon Guard alone should challenge any decent and competent tank. Apparently if you've seen T5 content on our server, it means you fit in with the elites and officially gain the "I M BAD ASS HER ME ROAR."No wonder there's such a divided line between RPers and PVErs. ;o
10-06-2008 @ 3:21PM
Hah, tank pugging... my thoughts exactly! Even though I out level/gear BRD slightly on my protection paladin, it's a total blast to pug for. I'm not leveling for this reason.I have yet to run this with a rogue who does not dps from the front and opens with cheap shot. Warlocks. These guys are great because they fill your group. There are two questions you need to ask yourself with warlocks. 1) can we four-man this instance. 2) has the warlock already hearthed?Hunters are the best of course. They never turn off growl and their pets go all over the place and agro everything. When you're still pulling they open with multishot and pull 1 (or more) mobs away from your consecrate. After they realize they can't melee the mob down they feign and because I don't have any threat on them, the mobs go chaise the priest around who's screaming ZOMG SAVE ME! So the stray mobs chase the priest, I chase the strays, the other mobs chase me, and the remaining dps all attack whatever mob is NOT marked with a skull above their heads.... Herding cats is another form of challenge. I highly recommend people try it :)
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