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1-03-2011 @ 5:12PM
I've actually found that people tend to be a lot more patient and considerate in heroics than in normals. I've had several very smooth heroic runs, even one where we didn't get past the first boss because the healer left with a smile, saying he didn't think we had the dps, but great attempts. He was probably right, 5k isn't really a great number for heroics.Whereas in normals, I've been screamed at, told GOGOGO more times than I can count, told "CC is for noobs" as they rush up and break my Sleep, and kicked for not being able to keep the entire group up when two Earthshapers were allowed to transform because, of course, interrupting is probably for noobs, too.People don't treat normals seriously, so they think they can be as stupid and abusive in them as they were in Wrath dungeons. Heroics, however, are still dangerous and somewhat unknown, so people seem more willing to cooperate and stick it out.Of course, you get your fair share of "We wiped twice, these guys are noobs," group-droppers, but overall I've found heroics far more tolerable to PUG than normals, surprisingly.
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