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5-18-2009 @ 12:15PM
Actually, I think it's important to look closely at what he is saying--he's noting that *pugging* yields questionable results in terms of the other tanks & healers. While there are always multiple sides to every story, I think it's important to acknowledge there is a great deal of truth to this.I was in a pug Naxx this weekend on an alt with the most horrible DK "tank". While I won't go into the numerous ways in which this tank was horrible (and they are many), the other tanks and healers found it incredibly frustrating to work with this person. Never forget that with the increase in "casualization" of the game, it's far easier for baddies or those who are simply new and inexperienced (they are different things) to waltz into pug runs these days, so I think the claim that the tank has encountered awful healers & tanks is probably not so far fetched.
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