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12-23-2009 @ 12:45PM
@Sqtsquish: Hahah, there is no damned way I'd do that. I'm extremely tolerant of bad DPS or even bad healers. But I have a couple of very simple rules in my groups. 1) We move at my (and the healer's) pace. You want to go faster, too bad; enjoy your repair bill. You want to go slower, then just catch up when you've refilled mana or whatever. 2) If you pull it, you tank it. I put out enough threat to keep all but the most crit-happy DPS safe, and if they're not using FD or Iceblock on the rare occasions they do pull off me, that's not my problem.Yes, the fault can ultimately happen at any point in the tank-heal-dps chain. But if it's someone else repeatedly causing a problem? there's no way in hell I'm not going to speak up. Just because I signed up to take damage from obs, it doesn't mean I signed up to take crap from other players.
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