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5-25-2010 @ 2:17PM
ahhh LFD tool how I love and hate you. quick run down of the random "winners" I've gotten recently - 1.) the druid tank who jumped to his death after EVERY pull in H-FoS because he thought it was "fun" 2.) the tank who pulled the first hall of halls of stone only to scream that we weren't keeping up with him and leave in the middle of the pull 3.) the retardo mage who kept attacking mobs before the tank was even in taunt range because and I quote "has a 6.2k gear score" yeah sorry, didn't realise that gear score suddenly meant you were wearing plate. 4.) the tank who stopped in the middle of the gauntlet for H-PoS and just STOOD there talking about how "baked" he was - yeah special note those mobs don't stop spawning. good freaking times. As a healer who has gear I don't mind when tanks pull fast hell sometimes I even turn into the "go go go" guy - what I do mind is if I'm five rooms away from you and you keep pulling - I can't heal you through a damn wall and I'd like the opportunity to at least loot the 50 mobs the group just aoe'd down :/ One of my healers is dual-spec for prot - but I'm scared to even try it too much pressure :(
5-25-2010 @ 4:38PM
When I'm tanking, the healer is actually the only person who doesn't get an automatic ignore if they say to go faster. I figure they have a better idea of what they can heal through so I will generally do bigger pulls.DPS? I ignore them.
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