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1-04-2011 @ 11:33PM
I have absolutely no problem letting people know what the boss does, asking them to CC, recommending that they stay out of the fire, wiping a bunch of times while everyone gets the hang of the fight.But if someone doesn't know what I mean when I list their CC by name (I never call it "CC" it's always "sap star trap square sheep moon" or something along those lines) and doesn't even have a look in their spellbook, or when someone is pulling something like 1K DPS, I just hope they have friends to ask because I'm not sure how they got to the point of doing heroics. I actually did have someone like this once, thankfully most of the playerbase are at least at the point where I can help them enough to finish the instance.I hope this new breed of heroics and the people who DO help others help to build a nicer and more competant playerbase.
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