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1-12-2010 @ 8:36PM
I agree with everything here. You forgot couple things tho.Feign death:I hate when hunter who ONLY uses it to prevent from dying. Thats really selfish. I know you like to save repair bills but you couldve also saved us by doing sick damage. I've seen lots of hunters just FD when 1 dps dies and just stay FD'd until tank gets overwhelmed and all but hunter dies.Also I hate when hunters will rather concussive shot, trap, aspect of daze and run away rather than .. well FD. and wait for me to taunt it off. Ok sure, its player problem not ability..kinda.Misdirect.When it's awesome:Tricky pulls? More aoe threat? Huge burst threat at start? Yes please! Use it when tank pulls. Why tanks hate it:Because of the new change, MD target wont get buff of MD. This really pisses me as tank because when Im suppos to set pace some huntard goes and pulls more and more mobs just because "he can with MD" and I cant click it off so im stuck with MD'd mob on me. So yeah, im not tanking those adds you just pulled because healer has 10% mana and I have 24% hp and others just got ressed. What? we are gonna wipe again? No worries hunter..just FD and save repair bills..again.DONT. USE. IT. BEFORE TANK PULLS. or you are asked to. Please.
1-13-2010 @ 10:49AM
I've heard people talking about hunters using MD and even rogues using TotT to pull for tanks. If that ever happens to me on my pally tank I know exactly where the bubble button is, and I'm not afraid to use it.
1-13-2010 @ 11:19AM
I guess I should elaborate a bit. I realize the hunter can just FD; the rogue can just Vanish. The point is, when I bubble, and put the threat back on them and they use an aggro dump it becomes the GROUP's problem. It's one thing when you annoy a tank. It's quite another when you threaten the entire group with a wipe. They are much more willing to vote kick when they realize just how selfish these individuals are.
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