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12-23-2009 @ 9:15AM
Overall, my experiences with the Dungeon Finder have been overwhelmingly positive. Sure, I've gotten some bad groups and wiped repeatedly, but, hey, them the chances you take, right? It happens, and everybody's usually an adult about it. It usually ends with the tank or healer (whoever is under-performing) apologizing, and the rest of the group saying "Don't worry about it, we all started somewhere," with everybody parting ways on good terms.Usually.Every now and then, go, you get the more... intense players. I queued up for a random heroic and immediately the tank starts to criticize everybody on their gear, berating them for being in a heroic. I point out that, hey, it's a game. "A game you fail at, scrub," and then he quits party. We get a new tank and we totally rocked the heroic, earning several achievements.
12-23-2009 @ 9:40AM
Uhm. wasn't he also in the heroic? *boggle*
12-23-2009 @ 10:15AM
"I queued up for a random heroic and immediately the tank starts to criticize everybody on their gear, berating them for being in a heroic."Isn't this where we always told people to go to get gear before raiding? If under-geared people shouldn't do heroics, where in the h$@l are they supposed to go?
12-23-2009 @ 12:59PM
@boomWhile I agree with what you are saying, let me just give you a heads up on how it can be accomplished. When I started, I took the quests for different non heroic dungeons, and got different pieces of equipment that were actually quite nice. Also, I bought armor and weapon for my hunter from the Kalu'ak Quartermaster, the Weapon which I am still using. Lastly, there are player crafted equipment which is also leagues above that.
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