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12-02-2008 @ 10:47AM
Well, just about everyone else has covered all the bases. But for my two bits:1: give positive feedback. If your tank has been a champ at holding aggro, if you see a mage resheep, if the healer keeps everyone standing in a difficult pull, if a melee DPS peels a mob off of a clothie, thank them. A little bit of politeness goes a long way.2: likewise, saying "please" when asking for buffs or when giving orders is a good thing. Playing your class well will result in a good instance run. Being a polite and considerate player will get you friended and invited back. 3: if you have multiple wipes in a short period of time, your group is probably not ready for that kind of instance. Either rethink your tactics or bail for a different instance.4: instances can vary greatly in terms of tactical difficulty. And some have tricky encounters that require serious thought. BRD for example is a technically challenging and long haul in comparison to Ramparts.5: Spend no more than a few minutes on drama. Boot, leave, or let it slide. Remember that for every conflict, there are three other players who probably don't give a shit.6: Take time to do silly and stupid things now and then. Dance on the tables, tell stories around a campfire, jump around the cannons and say "Arrrrrr." All work and no play makes for a dull instance run.
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