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1-26-2009 @ 12:34PM
I guess you could justify this from an RP standpoint too. "The undead rogue just had his jaw reattached, and he is unable to make any noises, save grunts and slurps." "Oh! Well no wonder we didn't notice any difference."But seriously, I am of the school that communication is key to success. Especially in PUG's. Four of my guildies wanted to do a quick Heroic Nexus this weekend, but all of our tanks were busy or offline. We picked up a tank and went after it. He ran the instance completely opposite from the way we were used to running, and while we didn't wipe, it was so odd.. almost like a mirror image of what we were used too. His communication was excellent and that is what made it a success. Of course, I guess I was the Silent Bob in that case. Being a Warlock, the only thing I really ever have to say is, "I have one on me", if I happen to get an add that the tank didn't see. Other than that its just pew pew dot dot.. silence. Now, there are a few in our guild who I wish would study this technique. I know all of you have had to put on your wading boots from time to time to get through all the shtuff that comes forth from over-confident huntards and god-like death knights... can't we strike a happy medium? :)
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