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6-08-2010 @ 12:51PM
Unfortunately, that doesn't always work. Sometimes it is someone ELSE who is being ripped in to. Are you just going to place them on ignore and leave their victim to be bullied?Yesterday, for example, I got a healer and 2 dps who turned out to be from the same server along with a warrior dps who while he wasn't pulling 9k, was at least pulling 1500. Needless to say, the harpies spotted Recount within a couple of pulls and immediately started tearing into him. This is H HoL and we're clearing the trash right after the first boss when I notice that the healer hasn't topped off the warrior after the last pull. Hmm. Well, he might be conserving mana or something, so I shift out of bear and toss a Regrowth onto the warrior. THEN we get to the Slag room and sure enough, the warrior and one of the other dps die on that pull. The healer does one rez. Guess who it's NOT to. I call the healer on it and get back, "I don't rez noobs." Thank the Earth Mother I'm a druid. Drop out of bear AGAIN, rez the warrior, buff him, and whisper him to stay close and I'll watch after him as best as possible. The VERY loud argument that stretched over the next two bosses and assorted trash would probably have been funnier had it not been on tv and not in rl, with 3 people who absolutely DID mean the crap they were throwing out. Anyway, long story short, they finally back down and we finish the instance, but it was not a pleasant experience. (That said, there was a shining moment in that pug. The hunter dps decides that I should be pulling instead of stopping to rez/heal the warrior, SO...she MD the next pack onto me. Standard procedure...except that she's the type who can't stand to not be on the top of the meters. So she dps's enough to MD them onto me and then doesn't stop to make sure the tank actually IS bothering to pick them up. /evil grin. I'll give her this, she somehow managed to kill them before they could kill her. But it was definitely a fun stressbreaker after the 'fun' of the last several pulls.)
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