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12-16-2010 @ 4:08PM
Dear Idiot level 77 Warlock, I don't know how you got to level 77 without learning this, but VOIDWALKERS ARE NOT INSTANCE PETS. They steal threat from the tank, do bad dps, and make my life harder. Don't believe me? Read your pets abilities. I don't care if your felpuppy dies the first time you pull it out. It's a better pet for dungeons. And the fact that you pulled out the Voidwalker again, after I asked you not to repeatedly, really pisses me off. Not only that, the it took the tank telling you to put out your imp for you to shape up. The tank, who had to be told to put on prot aura. I don't know if you bought your toon, or if you are just an idiot. But ffs, learn and read your class.Signed, The gnome holy priest, with a warlock main.
12-16-2010 @ 4:26PM
I recently had a pally yell at me and tell me I didn't know how to play my demo lock because I didn't have the voidy out. Some runs you just hunker down and wait to never see someone again.
12-16-2010 @ 5:13PM
I told a warlock, please turn off your pets taunt...his response 'whats taunt'./face palmSo I said, don't send void walker.He spent the rest of the instance wanding../facepalmSome days... some ... days.....
12-16-2010 @ 5:33PM
If a warlock is in an instance with a Voidwalker, merely turning off the taunt (it's called "Suffering") is not sufficient. A warlock should have voidwalker out in the following situations:1) While soloing.2) While PvPing versus heavy melee. And even that's debatable.In all other situations, a warlock should have a DPS pet such as the imp or succubus, or potentially the Felhunter if its extra utility will be needed. (Demonology warlocks will use their Felguard of course.) Voidwalker in an instance == always wrong.
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