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12-23-2009 @ 10:03AM
The one exception imo is when 3 out of 5 people have never been to Occulus. Yes the best people will put on their teacher hat and spend the next 30-60 minutes educating the other players. Don't get me wrong, I've "taught" a number of groups through the new IC 5 mans, but with Occulus I draw the line. Players have a good understanding how to play their class so when they are in a new instance only the instance is new. With Occulus the instance is new, riding dragons is new and the whole 3D aspect of the zone come together to make for a hard learning curve.If the numbers are reversed and 3 or more out of 5 have been to Occulus before I have no problem running it and giving pointers on specific encounters. Evening wiping a half dozen times is ok. But I'm only human when I say the guy that asks "Where are u guys?" everytime we mount up and move is not fun for me at all.
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