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1-15-2010 @ 11:36AM
@MassaThe problem is that as a tank, its not immediately obvious who is pulling aggro and why. I see I've lost threat, and my first instinct is to get it back. Adding a layer of analysis on determining who has aggro and whether or not I should pull it back is an annoyance. I can and do deal with people who are aggro happy when I tank. The point is not that its impossible to deal with. The point is that its adding chaos without ACTUALLY adding a beneift. A DPSer that can survive aggro is much less useful than a DPSer that can pay attention to Omen.To add a football analogy, its like a running back that decides he can throw the ball. Thats great. We're all very happy that you can do that, but we have a play called, and the rest of the team is following that play. If you want to pass that badly, switch positions and be a QB.
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