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1-26-2009 @ 2:25PM
I am the silent bob when I tank. I call the kill order and then thank everyone when its over. When I am DPS, I thank everyone at the end. Otherwise, unless something imporant, I won't say anything. PuG'ing requires people be flexible. If you aren't flexible, find a guild and play with the same 5 people all the time. If you haven't learned how to play your class, no amount of communication will help you in a PuG. When I pug, if I am tanking, I am leading and people follow my lead. If I am DPS'ing, the tank is leading and I am adapting to his style. For guild runs, I'll listen in, but most of the people are drunk and blabbing about everything but the game. I keep my mouth shut, do my job and come out on the top of the meters as well as keeping an eye on anything that goes sideways.If there isn't voice chat, typing takes too long so there is no sense in calling out if you got aggro. With voice chat, in PuG's half of the people won't talk, so if you can't rely on it.
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