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12-17-2010 @ 6:25AM
I am Resto shammy. I ran throu all Heroics and got around 344 iLVL. I love new dungeons, because each of them involves a lot of team work (i would even make some bosses harder). So I was running with guild and with pugs. Ofcourse its always easier to do with ppl u know and can rely on, but all heroics are pugable. The only thing you need - a leader in a group. Since I was leading WotlK raids in new guild (we didnt have core players that time) I got used to new Dungs quite fast.For a good pug run you need:1) Knowing of all CC`s available in your group (ask group if you arent sure about some class)2) Tell each person what mark is assigned to his CC3) Before pulling Mark most of mobs (CC, Primary target and Secondary)4) Explain tank where to make LoS pull, when to run in etc.5) Assign person or 2 for interupts (including healers)6) Explain some specific mechanics if they will be involvedOfcourse there are a lot more points that might help you improve, but those are core ones I think.Next step is to kick no-brainers. Dont be afraid to Vote Kick tank if he is useless, better to wait 5 minutes for new one, than wiping for 2 hours. Try to be polite, but strict if you are running pug group. Try to run more than once with same group (even if 1st dung wasnt best one)I think there is nothing wrong with aggro mechanics, since as i said i ran throu many dungs with diff ppl. Average tank can hold aggro in any pull IF! mobs are CCed and every1 knows what to do. Coordination is core to Dungeons and thats what people didnt need it WotLK.
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