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6-04-2010 @ 1:17PM
I'm guessing Mr. Green is a death knight. But yeah, I agree number two is the correct option.
6-04-2010 @ 1:21PM
What rampant classism. Can't we all just get along? RAWR.
6-04-2010 @ 1:41PM
Part of me doesn't want to know what class he plays since green is associated with hunters. We get enough bad press as it is. lol
6-04-2010 @ 1:49PM
To the contrary, I find that most of the "flavour of the month" DKs are long gone, now that the class has been nerfed back to average levels, and the ones that remain really enjoy and know their class. The "flavour of the monthers" are currently giving rogues a bad name.
I highly doubt they are a dk. Given the description of how Mr green wiped the raid on PP they'd pretty much have to be a ranged class or they would have been following PP to the other side of the room to keep meleeing him.Going with Aaron's comment I will assume he's a HUNTARD in every definition of the term and probably Beast speced too.
6-04-2010 @ 2:02PM
I assumed Hunter before i read the full letter. Not due to any class prejudice, but green=hunter class colour.
6-09-2010 @ 10:48AM
I was just about to jump in here all psycho to defend my class and how rude it is that people still assume DKs are all fail players, then I remember the Death Knight tank I got a few weeks ago that tried to tank a heroic dungeon with rez sickness and no tank gear.So, yeah, Death Knights don't have near the amount of idiots we once did, but we still have some winners.
6-04-2010 @ 4:56PM
If Mr.green is really that incompetant, the raid leader prefers you to bash him instead of kicking and you're the core healer, there's a simple solution: Tell your raid leader you will not join a raid if Mr.green is in the raid, simple as, Healer>Dps, and from the sounds of it, you'd benefit more from a pugger than him.
6-04-2010 @ 4:58PM
We have a Mr. Green in our guild too, and yes, he's a hunter. Not exactly like this Mr. Green, since ours actually do a pretty good job as a hunter. But all that gets obscured by his behaviour. I think we tolerate him just because he's a good hunter. But everyone has their limits...
6-04-2010 @ 6:26PM
Unfortunately I believe he is a hunter. While hunters have gotten better since vanilla they are still one of the easiest classes to play and level. Although please do not get me wrong, I am a hunter true to my heart, and they are one of the harder classes to master which is why we see so many incompetent ones in high levels who think that they are so awesome to realize that raiding is sometimes a bit harder than afk-autoshot.
6-04-2010 @ 7:05PM
Jorges sounds like my guildie o_OI used to hate Death Knights because of their awesomeness at early-Wrath; I started liking them after I discovered tanking, and made my Knight into a Blood Knight; I started loathing them once Dungeon Finder hit. It's bad enough that I run into players that refuses to listen to anybody in the group; I don't want a Death Knight Death Gripping every pull, or taunting a new pack for some unknown reason, or still thinks that Frost is the only tank tree, or....Yeah. As a pretty old Death Knight player, the general badness of bad players rolling them because they still think it's an OP class is... saddening, really. Ever seen a DPS DK decked out in outland greens with intellect and defense?As for the issue, I do agree with the method of "If he's here, I ain't healing." It's a bit of a... douchey move, but a renowned moron vs. core healer is going to be a short decision. And honestly.... if they took more than a minute to kick him out of the raid (if not the guild), I think it's time to /gquit.Harsh? Maybe. But the kinder you are to morons, the stronger they get.
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