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12-11-2009 @ 9:20AM
Honestly, I don't mind helping people if I'm in a charitable mood. But after multiple groups in a row like that, my patience starts to wear thin. Not only that, but then you run into people who are just bad. The people that don't want to listen to advice or help no matter how politely it's offered. The ones who insist that is TRUE, dammit, and you're the one that's a scrub. Those are the folks that get my contempt. Or who just outright ignore you like you're talking to a wall no matter how many times you patiently explain that their terrible play is terrible.Like the fail enhancement shammy in my H Nexus pug yesterday who kept dying for pulling aggro DPSing the wrong mobs, and kept begging for Recount spam (naturally he was dead last, if you'll forgive the pun). The huntard who kept pulling before the tank was ready. And in my sole lowbie pug experience, the BFD run from hell that I ended up having to ret tank, including your greatest hits of nightmare pug companions. There was the rogue that kept jumping around and pulling every goddamn thing in sight and did not listen when I asked him repeatedly to stop, and who could not manage to find his kick button. The frost mage that kept insisting on casting arcane missiles and wondered why she kept going oom. The one warrior that was originally supposed to "tank" despite being fury and naturally could not hold aggro against anyone. The other warrior who wandered off repeatedly and got one shot. And none of this genius melee would listen when I patiently explained that they should be standing behind the mobs, even when I would turn them around they would follow me. The healer was the one saving grace, but in the end I couldn't take it any more and "accidentally" lost my connection. My name's not Mother Theresa.
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