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12-13-2009 @ 12:31PM
As a tank and healer I've had some interesting experiences with the lfg tool. It is my preferred way to group up now even though I've had some less than ideal experiences. One of the primary examples was of the mage that was pulling. Not pulling threat when I was tanking, but pulling and I would then have to spend the duration of the fight picking up the pieces and hoping that I could generate enough threat without something beating on me giving me rage.There are more examples, but I saw what I was writing and it was turning into a wall of text. For the love of pete, please, please let your tank get at least two global cool downs with a group of mobs before opening up your aoe. That allows for at least a swipe or two or a few ticks of consecration or death and decay. Your tanks will appreciate it. Also... a super handy macro that will make sure you are always on your tanks target. Make your tank your focus target upon entering the instance (hooray for the shield icon - no questions about who is tanking anymore). /assist [target=focus]It will make your tanks happy.
12-13-2009 @ 1:18PM
Unfortunately with Power Auras I can't get focus to work without disabling it. Tips appreciated. On an off note, how the heck do you whisper in the random group? I keep getting player does not exist messages, I've tried right clicking and /w (Name).
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