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6-08-2010 @ 5:51PM
Unfortunately, it's not always just "that simple." Often times I find that the player that is overwhelmingly arrogant is the tank in the PuG group. Where I really don't even bother with dps that think they're too good for the group, dealing with a pompous tank is a whole other issue. I don't mind speed runs myself, but if I'm pugged with a group that can't dps the mobs down quickly enough then there should be no reason that said tank cannot slow it down a bit. This idea, however, seems completely heinous for someone of this tank's stature, "Why slow down? I'm doing this for free. I don't want to waste my time with noobs when I could be selling instaqueues instead." Rolling a plate (or bear) class doesn't give you the right to degrade others.
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