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1-05-2010 @ 4:50AM
This may seem like a stupid question, but I havent played in a while, and havent heard anything about it recently.There was a big fuss a few weeks ago about mobs going behind tanks while tanking and the whole way a mob interacts with a tank was changed with patch 3.3. It was extremely annoying, and all the tanks were asking for it to be fixed. I havent heard anything about it for ages, is it still happening? I havent seen any posts saying its fixed yet. Although, I also havent seen any comments saying it is still buggy, and I dont really want it to be one of those things that is just forgotten about.
1-05-2010 @ 4:56AM
It's been fixed.
1-05-2010 @ 4:59AM
It's SUPPOSEDLY been fixed. I still see a lot of mobs moving right through me while tanking.
1-05-2010 @ 12:42PM
It's 'better' but still not as good as it was before they decided to muck with it. Before, i used to be able to AOE aggro, run through, turn, take a few steps back and all the mobs would be happily smashing me in the face with their backs to the party. now, there is usually a mob or two that thinks it's a rogue and wants to 'stab' me in the back with a frostbolt, etc. regardless of how much i try to reposition them in front of me. In general, it's way better now then when it was fully busted, but it's still not perfect.Hopefully today's patch has a nice hidden bug fix to make it all better.
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