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12-01-2008 @ 7:13PM
Let the tank pull. I know, very basic rules, but the mistake I most often see in players used to working alone is the mentality that anyone can start a fight. The warlock will cast, or the mage will smack an enemy with a pyroblast. It's bad mojo in a harder instance to have your squishies looked at, even for a few seconds. So let the tank pull.To that end, your warrior needs a ranged weapon and ammo for whatever it is. You usually don't want to fight where the game puts the enemies, so the tank needs a way to bring them to a better spot.
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