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1-03-2011 @ 7:20PM
I've got this radical, way-out-there idea. No, don't leave, hear me out, it might be worth it. Here goes:If you need someone to CC, or not pull, or do something so things don't get screwed up... TELL THEM. I doubt you're doing PUGs with telepaths, and nobody instinctively knows what to do in every dungeon situation. It's sad to see that this article's entire point has been lost on you.Now, if you try to tell someone that you need them to CC a mob or to stop pulling, and they say something like "STFU AND TANK NOOB", then yeah, they're an ass and they deserve to be kicked into the world's longest queue. But if you get mad at people for not doing what you couldn't even be bothered to tell them? Then *you* are just as much part of the problem as they are.
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