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7-26-2010 @ 2:10PM
My main only runs with my guild, but when Im trying to gear my alts I tend to have to look the pug way. My guild is ranked high on my server ( not going to name drop ) so when im pugging I tend to get asked what my thougths are on fights. I offten share enough information to get us through without giving away any of our guild secrets ( want to maintain our edge ). I have to admit that I do get frustrated when people fail. IM not perfect, but when I explain the fight and ask if everyone understands what needs to happen followed by a ready check to confirm, I expect that they do. People standing in fire, ooze, etc just blows my mind. One thing I do not do is call anyone out for mistakes. I do not operate that way. I will give a few deaths of my time before calling it knowing that there is always next week to try again. :)It is just a game..lets play to have fun... dying is not fun :P
7-26-2010 @ 4:35PM
when you say standing in fire etc blows your mind... some people who enjoy this game are sadly not that talented that they can do their rotation while maintaining a clear idea of what goes around them , they call this tunnel vision. It sucks when you dont tunnel vision and you see others do tunnel vision , but it happens.
7-26-2010 @ 8:47PM
tunnel vision is why I don't tank.
7-27-2010 @ 12:02AM
"tunnel vision is why I don't tank."Huh. I guess it's just me, but tanking is the one time I *don't* get tunnel vision. When I'm playing whack-a-mole healer, I admittedly stand in the fire longer than is healthy. And last time I went melee DPS (kitty), I had a lot of problem with placement relative to the boss because of watching all my cooldowns/buffs/debuffs. (Even with an addon to help me with all that stuff.)I guess we're all just better at different things. *shrug*
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