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1-03-2011 @ 2:38PM
I like the advice, but would word the question a bit differently. Because bosses do things that tanks need to know about, but dps don't, and vice versa, a better question is "What do I need to know about for this guy?" Sometimes you want to kill adds, sometimes you don't, usually you don't want to stand in fire, but occasionally there is a mechanic where you want to stand in something, or maybe there is a boss threat-drop. Or there are times you want to stack up, where other times you want to spread out.I definitely agree with the writer when he says that you really should say "first time in here." I think most players are understandable, and there's a lot of people still running through dungeons for the first time. Usually people don't have a problem running through basic mechanics of fights. I think most dungeoners would take an inquisitive first timer who can play their class decently over someone who thinks they are elite but never asks for advice.If at all possible, tagging along with a friend who has done a dungeon before can be a big help to someone running a dungeon for the first time.
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