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1-03-2011 @ 4:26PM
A little harsh.Sometimes the 4 random 10 year olds that got into your random group are beyond redemption.People have had 85 levels to learn how to play their class, I'm not joining a group to teach them how to play. I'm joining to complete the encounter.If they can't get their stuff straight, I'll re-que.
1-03-2011 @ 4:40PM
"People have had 85 levels to learn how to play their class when by themselves"Fixed that for you.You are part of the problem, I'm afraid.
1-03-2011 @ 4:50PM
Or:People had 80 levels to learn how to play their class before Cata, which is totally different from how they should be playing their classes now.All that important stuff like CC and marking and communication? Oddly wasn't a big deal during Wrath. That's 2 years of experience and "learning to play our classes" that we have to unlearn now. So, yeah... you are definitely part of the problem.
1-03-2011 @ 5:10PM
While I agree with the comments against this one, I still feel people should have learned a bit more than two abilities spam by the time they're 85. However, dissing them as being bad as a result isn't the solution. The solution is to help them now, or even earlier when you're leveling alts. I see a big difference in tanks who do BRC/TotT and later dungeons in terms of patience and pulling capacity. While the hardest teacher is always failure, some people will get the picture if one person in every group suggests/tells them (depending on how you respond to people) to play differently. Sometimes all I need to do is point out why we wiped and people learn from that.
1-03-2011 @ 5:12PM
Nah screw that.Its not my fault if you played by yourself for 85 levels and don't know what to do in a group.Its not my fault if all you learned in Wrath was to push your AOE button.Its not my fault if you stop what you doing and rush over to attack the vicious sheep that just appeared.Its not my fault if you are a keyboard turning mouth breather that clicks abilities.I know how to play and won't put up with it as a tank, healer or DPS.Back in my day they had a saying ... L2PLAY.I had to learn the hard way, in BC heroics and old world dungeons and raids.Its not my fault Wrath taught you all to be bads. Learn to play your class and quit wasting my time.Downrate me all you want I'M NOT running a wow happyland daycare center to train bads in my free time.LEARN TO PLAY YOUR CLASS ON YOUR OWN TIME.
1-03-2011 @ 5:18PM
Cool story, bro.
1-03-2011 @ 6:09PM
Szass, please let us know your server and character name. Then we can be sure to avoid you and vice versa.
1-03-2011 @ 7:00PM
The dungeon finder system is not restricted to players above some threshold of skill. It's a random sample from the WoW population, which makes it a given that you will meet players of all kinds of backgrounds. If you can't respect that—if you are unwilling to share your expertise—then it is your fault, not theirs. After all, the LFD tool never took away the old way of actually putting together your own group. When runs went well, party members in fact added one another to their friends list (gasp!). My advice is, if you want speed runs in order to get gear and jp's, then run with your guildies and people you know.
1-03-2011 @ 7:03PM
Szass, you can be as self-righteous as you want to be but you're STILL part of the problem. I'd write out a lengthy, well-thought explanation as to why... but you'd ignore it or disagree, so I won't bother.You're the worst kind of player there is: a player unwilling to help others "L2PLAY."
1-04-2011 @ 2:17AM
You sound like the guy who ragequit our heroic sfk the other day because half the people were new to the encounters. FYI we ended up finishing the dungeon within 15 mins when the new guy came, I hope you enjoy your many dungeon deserter debuffs.
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