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11-24-2009 @ 9:17PM
This sounds like someone just had a bad arena puggie ^^To be honest this is a problem with the game all round, there are people who just won't be told. Be it reacting wrongly to an arena attack from the opposing team, not helping in defense/flag capture when they blatantly could- or even just carrying relentlessly on with DPS on oynixia in phase 3 and there's one big add still roaming about... and you know if they just turned around and killed the soddin thing it won't be a wipe... Actually correction its not really that they cant take being told what they're doing wrong, its just as much a case in that they just can't see what they're doing is wrong- they can't actually comprehend something they are doing is affecting the outcome. Its why I only arena (very rare you'll see me in arena) with people I know and like - you can happily say to yourselves "LOL we got mangled". And on the rare occasions we win, its just immensely sweeter. Playing with some one who rages, worse being the rager who is actually in the wrong, has to be one of the real down sides with warcraft. Makes you wonder what those muppets are like in real life.... yeurgh...
11-24-2009 @ 8:42PM
Yeah, like I said in my comment too it's better to play with someone you know because you'll point out each others mistakes in a constructive way and help each other improve.
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