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1-11-2010 @ 4:16PM
Oh you can't be serious. I've never been in a PuG where people don't know what to do. I've been there over 20 times.
1-11-2010 @ 4:18PM
You sir are on an incredible streak of luck... you should really consider playing the lotto... or going to Vegas.
1-11-2010 @ 4:20PM
Oh it happens. Though usually in Regular, I've had Heroic groups fuck up. Sometimes because they've never done it, sometimes because it's been so long they forget. Then it's wipe after wipe.
1-11-2010 @ 4:23PM
I've never been to Oculus, so if I showed up in the PUG I would have no clue what to do. This guide is very useful and very serious.
I've done a ton of instances on two of my DPS chars ( both have had perky pug for awhile) and of all the heroics, the most common ones where i have joined a partially cleared instance are Oculus and Pit of Saron. But Oculus is the clear leader so far.
1-11-2010 @ 4:26PM
For anyone complaining about groups wiping and people not knowing what to do, try explaining it to the group. Every time I do or someone else does, it's a clean run.But hey, if wiping is your thing, then stay silent.
1-11-2010 @ 4:27PM
I typically tank Oculus, and my strategy is to say "follow me" and go. If they can't handle "follow me", well, you're screwed. But it typically works.
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