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2-28-2009 @ 7:11PM
INTj here.I can only play healers and find any other role to be mundane. I would probably be a tank if not a healer , but as it stands I caanot enjoy WoW as anything but a Healer.Also have a pretty low level view of DPS players. I consider them to be lazy , me first types who relish in Recount numbers and linking loot they drool over from Atlas loot addon.I respect tanks but feel as though they are just as they seem, A meathead.Well that about covers it . Thanks /blah /blah /blah
2-28-2009 @ 7:21PM
"Also have a pretty low level view of DPS players. I consider them to be lazy , me first types who relish in Recount numbers and linking loot they drool over from Atlas loot addon.I respect tanks but feel as though they are just as they seem, A meathead."Is this guy serious? I haven't heard of such self-righteous comments in a long, long time. Good luck healing those "meatheads" and "lazy DPS." LOL
2-28-2009 @ 7:28PM
sometimes i feel myself slipping into this pretentious views of others too. But the thing is, without the tank or dps, I have no purpose. I actually respect people's differing motivations because it takes all types to make the world go 'round. If there wasn't anyone chasing epic loot, we'd all sit in /trade all day being bombarded by idiotic anal jokes!
3-01-2009 @ 10:32AM
I used to maintank during tbc but for wotlk i stepped back and now im just starting heroics tbh cos i put my study first and onl play weekends.. but id say tanks or at the least the ones i played alongside are less meatheadish than you'd think.a few have a god complex.. some are really quiet and never say a word but do there job. others like me and my former MT share player. (we had 3 MTs tbh, one avoidance, one stam, and me the kinda halfway inbetween. ) used to just makes jokes at each others expense and joke around.(betting on who'd die first, accidently dropping threat to wipe out melee dps on gruul, lootreaver... you know :P )but far from meatheadish.. we were all fairly relaxed, and just enjoyed playing side by side in a role that 75% of the players didnt understand or didnt want to.
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