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3-12-2009 @ 12:37PM
If I had to be at the whim of a guild who felt like letting a hunter pet tank just 'cuz he can, I'd probably shy away too... no wonder they need healers.I'm all for being adventurous and doing new/exciting/cool things, but a regular tank works fine, why not use one? D:Meh, good job and stuff.
3-12-2009 @ 10:42PM
Your acting like we didn't have other tanks that could have done it....We did it for the lulz and because we could. Not because we had no other option.
3-12-2009 @ 11:45PM
Incorrect. I'm "acting like" if I showed up to a raid only to be told the MT was a hunter pet, I'd /gquit.
3-13-2009 @ 12:36AM
What you're "acting like" is obviously an idiot.I'm pretty sure they didn't just have members "show up" for this, and I'm pretty sure he didn't get all the stamina-heavy gear just "like that."It was obviously a planned event and I suppose if you're against something done purely for fun and bragging rights you're better off /wowquit-ing
3-13-2009 @ 12:49AM
Yawn. Telling someone to quit because of an opinion? 2/10 troll attempt.I think everyone's missing the part where I complimented them on doing this. I just said I would never heal for it, and that I suspect a number of people might feel the same.
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