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11-11-2009 @ 12:38PM
I have a question about the new random dungeon system. Right now when I qeue for a dungeon I check the DPS and Healer boxes, since I´m a shaman. When I get an invite frome someone that doesnt ask me if I want to heal or dps I just ask what they wanted me to do.Now, when I join a group randomly, does it let you know right away that you are meant to do one of the other or does the group have to figure that one out on its own? What if my gear is good enough for lower level instances but not so great for stuff like the new Ice Crown stuff or Trial of the Champions heroics? Does the system checks gear before placing you in a group?
11-11-2009 @ 2:06PM
To add to this question, my shaman is currently dual-spec enhance/resto. My resto gear greatly outshines my enhancement gear, so if I use the new lfg random tool and it checks my gear, will it also check my offset gear that sits in my bags?
11-11-2009 @ 2:19PM
This is a good question, and if it doesn't check your offset gear (which wouldn't surprise me) could lead to many a mishap... SURE you could say "If your gear isn't good enough for heroics, then don't sign up for LFG for that roll!" but people don't seem to get that. Can't say how many times I've been putting together a group and whispered someone marked as healer/DPS or tank/DPS to either heal or tank, only for them to refuse because A) their gear wasn't good enough, or B) they're holding out for a DPS spot. I mean, honestly, if you don't want to tank/heal, why'd you leave the box checked?
11-11-2009 @ 3:38PM
When your group is selected, a window pops up telling you if you're waiting for someone, what dungeon it will be (not quite sure about that one) and your role (with the icon.)
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