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12-17-2010 @ 9:33AM
I've run into occasions where both the healer and tank died because of one of the DPS in the group.My Rogue's first attempt at running Shadowfang Keep for the class weapon ended after Commander Springvale thanks to this idiot of a Warrior who decided to pull bosses when the tank and healer weren't ready.I was doing my part... Assist the tank, watch my aggro, stab the fething hell out of the enemy. This guy seemed like just another player right up until we finished clearing Silverlaine's feasthall guests, the healer sat down to drink, stated she was OOM, and the moron decided to go and pull Silverlaine anyway. I survived thanks to Evasion and Improved Recuperate, but both the tank and healer died.Then, after the tank threatened to leave if he pulled again, we cleared our way to Springvale's room, and the moron pulled him while we were still fighting the guards. Needless to say, everyone left after that fight, and before I left the group, I told him he could finish the bloody instance himself if he wanted to pull that crap.And he wasn't even one of the "Oh, I'm just going to get my class quest done, and screw the rest of the group wanting to finish" kind of players, either... He wasn't even level 20 yet. He was either a total n00b who refused to listen, an outright idiot, or a griefer.
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