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12-23-2009 @ 6:02PM
Possibly the best article title this year - thanks for the giggle :D
12-23-2009 @ 6:30PM
Well at least you can say what I said earlier in response to another post without sounding like a *censored* but evidently people don't like the idea that if they don't assume from the get go that their group me be full of scrubs or idiots that it may very well be their fault for not planning ahead on how to deal with it.
12-23-2009 @ 6:45PM
How is commenting on an "article title" even remotely close to your rant about how 90% of wipes are the tanks fault?
12-23-2009 @ 10:52PM
May I have a moment to explain myself? I was simply noting an excellent, overgeared tank (for the content) can do far more to expedite and possibly save a run then any other role in game and that if you volunteer to tank you should understand what it takes to do that.
12-24-2009 @ 3:27AM
perhaps you'll enjoy it when you have an unpopular opinion and people downrate you instead of offering any sort of decent rebuttal. If you believe any other role in game has the potential to contribute to the survivability of a group in a bad situation then an overgeared tank who is fully aware of the situation and how to deal with it then feel free to mention it. I think its pretty obvious on the other hand people who are "bad" players because they go out of their way to make your job harder should not be considered in the same boat as those who are inexperienced or are just lousy at the game in general.
12-24-2009 @ 6:12AM
We're downrating you because what you said STILL has nothing to do with the comment you are replying to.
12-24-2009 @ 7:23AM
I agree, damn epic title!
12-24-2009 @ 9:15AM
I agree, great article!!@SqtSquishI'm sure there are alot of other things that can be done. I'm not good enough to know what exactly to do, but I'm sure there's alot of things that can be done.
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