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1-19-2011 @ 9:51PM
"Are you SHITTING ME!?!"
1-20-2011 @ 10:01AM
I have to say the southern guy always complaining and yelling at people can't be helping by doing that. If he plays well thats great, but he is talking over people to whine while the ones being talked over are trying to work things out. Doubting your healer distracts you and them.I am an advocate of "trust the people you play with or find new peopel to play with". I guess he would just drive me nutz and find himself with a global mute icon next to his name in vent. lolI do enjoy these pvp videos though, thanks for sharing!
1-20-2011 @ 10:27AM
If you're talking about that guy who called everyone 'brother' and kept yelling "CAN I GET A HEAL A HEAL WOULD BE GOOD WHY DIDN'T YOU HEAL ME" that dude was annoying as hell.
1-20-2011 @ 12:36PM
Players screaming for heals don't watch what is going on with the healer. They just think the healer is just there for them and needs to heal as soon as they ask for it. NO.The healers are watching health. If they can reach you they will. Usually healers are fishing a army of pets, rouges and trying to play keep away the entire time. Healers ask for help with pets but DPS gets tunnel vision very quickly until they need heals. The solution is to stack more resistance and less DPS into your pvp gear. Resistance = time in pvp.
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