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3-21-2011 @ 8:19AM
I must have been tired, or maybe just not paying attention, but when asked to open a portal to Dalaran, I accidentally teleported myself leaving an entire raid scratching their heads in Obsidium Sanctum wondering where the mage went.
3-21-2011 @ 9:39AM
i've done this. i think it's because i'm so used to porting *myself* around, i just automatically used my key for teleport, instead of going to portals. : \
3-21-2011 @ 10:40AM
Almost everyone I know who has played a mage to any max level has done that in an instance or raid. The funniest by far, though, was one night in Ony back in vanilla, when we had her on farm and were taking alts and folks who wanted Quel'sera (sp?) with us all the time. We only had one mage in the group, and we were going to head of to BWL when we were done. The mage goes to open a portal for everyone to SW and teleports herself instead. A lock brings her back, and she prepares her portal, all the while mumbling on vent that she'll use the right spell. And you guessed it, she teleports herself again. I think that night she teleported herself four different times trying to get guildies back to their city of choice.
3-21-2011 @ 11:47AM
^this That has happened to me on my mage more than I can count
3-22-2011 @ 1:22PM
LOL I've done this before. And its worse when you are the only mage in a FTA run and leave the whole group standing in Org... Oopse.
3-24-2011 @ 2:14AM
I have a variant on that problem- I got so used to porting people to Org that when guildies asked to be ported somewhere else... they got an Org port. 'Course they click on it anyway, and 1 loading screen later guild chat is full of 'Lek...'
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