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5-24-2010 @ 11:45AM
Probably because I, for one, don't feel like behaving like a douche to a new tank.The Paladin tanks that have issues with mana when shield is on them are almost always NEW tanks. It's hellacious enough to deal with DPS running willy nilly pulling everything in sight. If you can't fall back on your healer to help you out with one little thing, what are you going to do?I'll tell you - I either vote kick the healer, or leave. Simple courtesy should never be overrated, and I have many more things that I could be doing other than tanking that instance for you. I will go to the mat for my healer (probably because I've always played healers), HoP you, DI you if necessary, and let the DPS flail in piles of ooze without care as long as you're okay. But if you don't have my back, then I don't have any use for you.*shrugs* It runs both ways.
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