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6-16-2009 @ 1:33PM
You guys should start writing a completely made-up outrageous story for the intro. PCGamer used to do that at times and it was awesome. Nothing beats railgun fights in the review section or tiny stories on the last page that are completely deniable !Also a question:Is there anywhere in the game where they ever actually tell you what a tank/dps/healer are and what they are supposed to do in a group? It was a while before i really figured it out, but it was from other players.
6-16-2009 @ 1:41PM
To my knowledge, there isn't. But I used common sense to figure it out, even without the aid of other payers. Common sense isn't.
6-16-2009 @ 1:53PM
Doh, half my comment was eaten by the editor, or something,,, anyways, the question is still valid. Unless you learn it from other players, or learn it the hard way your first time in the Wailing Caverns or Deadmines, you're pretty much on your own.
6-16-2009 @ 3:00PM
In the olden days before BC I had a warrior, and when my group asked if I could tank Maradoun I made a funny look and said 'yeah, sure, I think'.Yup, 15 points or so in each tree does not a tank make.These days though you can kind of learn who does what throught the new LFG interface, as when you first select what roles you wish to be invited for the mouseover gives you a sort of 'RP' explanation as to what those roles do.
6-22-2009 @ 10:40PM
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