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10-23-2009 @ 7:19PM
I'm not sure how hard positioning is really, I personally never had issues with it on my warrior.I think my advice on how to position and move mobs is just pretend that, as you hit them and use your rotations, treat them like they're leashed to you. And if you need to turn mobs, look at the circle under their feet.Using that circle, run around its border. You'll find mobs turn like... well... they're on a turntable. If the mob isn't a big deal sometimes you can run straight through them. If you have aggro, they'll immediately pop around to face you. This is easier on a warrior if you charge first. They'll be stunned and give you time to set up behind them (obviously not raid bosses).
10-23-2009 @ 8:35PM
This would be true if half the mobs didn't act like crack fiends after a pipe in your back pocket. I consistently have some mob in a pack get behind me, turn and start attacking my back. I move backwards and one of his buddies then does it. It takes a bit before they are all hitting your front again.
10-26-2009 @ 10:27AM
I'd have to agree with Angus, the mobs will often position themselves behind you and you have to do a stupid little dance to keep them out in front of you.
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