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5-15-2010 @ 2:25PM
> I disagree with "Nobody likes to hop into a random heroic and discover that he's in there with a mage who's wheezing out 800 DPS. Don't be that guy."I disagree as well, no matter if I play my tank, healer or DPS, I'm always delighted to help just-dinged lvl 80's at heroics. After all, all I need there is emblems and the nice gear that drops would end up to vendor/disenchanted in most cases. If I ever have been unlucky enough to find random HC group where no one else is not geared well enough, then I just have admitted to group that the instance is not doable and it's better disband and everyone to re-queue. Maybe happened once or twice.Quite contrary, when high geared people start to whine about GS of lower geared people and that the group is so bad that boss fights might take 40 seconds instead of 30 seconds, I'm ready to bail out. Seriously. Those people I don't want to help with their emblems. To nice people with manners, I'm always helpful, and I choose to play with other helpful people.
5-15-2010 @ 2:35PM
Agreed. I've had a few runs where someone gets some solid upgrades, and I'm happy for them. It really is great to see someone improve, and they're happy. That, for me, is a big plus.
5-15-2010 @ 11:04PM
For me it's more about not wanting to be carried than it is worry about how the carriers feel. I never found it actually fun for a 70 to run me through SM: Cathedral, either. When I'm dungeoneering I want to contribute, although admittedly with many heroic groups these days the only way to do that is to have already gotten all your triumph gear.
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