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11-05-2009 @ 4:06PM
Wow, so many responses, first off sorry for the "I hate..." comments, I don't hate.and I should of said I'm not badly geared, but i'm far from the best, and since I pretty much just started WoW when WotLK came out, I'm still very noobish, and I find the information available online to be overwhelming, I don't play much, but I feel like I've gotten everything I can get out of soloing, doing normal dungeons and some heroics, I get the occasional complaint, as a feral druid i'm definatly more suited for dps'ing and only tanking if I have no other option. I can hold my own on some of the heroics, some others I have trouble with, and when I tell people up front that I'm not the best tank in the world, some are sympathetic, some just flip out or pass.Random PUGs I see as a place where we underdogs can go out, get a group of like minded newbies and try to get some gear. With the LFG expansion I figured it'd make it easier, but now I have doubts, might be more of the same, just more of it. We'll see maybe Blizzard will come out with an experience level system, like you can specify to get groups of experienced players or newbies, or don't care.I finished Argent Tourney, working on The Wyrmrest Accord and The Oracles now, and actually I've come away with enough gear from ToC normal that I just dual speced Feral/Resto, but I still need to practice my healing, though Healbot, talk about a lifesaver! I run Wintergrasp at least once a week though I hate PvP, but you can't deny the pure joy of running around in bear form wrecking everything in sight.I'm far from a terrible player, but I'm in no way perfect and man WoW players are unforgiving...Arbit: "Seriously, don't use the new LFG system, you will just be making other players lives harder."Heh, thanks for your kind words Arbiter, I'll be sure to say hello when I see you.
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