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3-25-2011 @ 2:29PM
ive been reading this site sense it was still wowinsider.com, and this is the first time ive actually felt the need to comment.lisa's response is waaay out of line. the mt here, who was obviously leading things, was completely in the wrong. sure, vent guy should have known the fight already, but if the RL was willing to completely ignore his vent issues and go on to wipe the group 7 times more, who's decision was it? RL's. then to lose it on vent guy for the RL;s inability to lead a raid, dealing with problems like this is a situation that any RL should be able to deal with, its uncalled for an immature. it should be vent guy that doesnt want to raid with RL anymore, you've got this one a$$ backwards.
3-25-2011 @ 3:05PM
3-25-2011 @ 3:18PM
So you think Vent guy shouldn't have even tried to take initiative and fix his vent problems? Sure, the RL could have said "let's wait while ____ fixes his vent" but on the other hand, Vent guy wasn't saying "guys, I need to go fix my vent"I think they were both being silly, the RL more so, certainly, but I don't think Vent guy was entirely innocent in this.
3-25-2011 @ 4:26PM
Vent guy said he was healing.If he was, and the RL was chain pulling trash, then Vent guy didn't have much chance to fix his vent.I'm surprised no one suggested that he fix his Vent, but when you're a healer it's not like a DPS who can just stand his toon in the corner while he is alt-tabbed.
3-25-2011 @ 5:48PM
Assuming a typical 10 man with three healers. You most definitely can have one healer go afk/disconnect while clearing the trash. The healing requirements for the bosses (especially halfus with a nether/slate combo up) is much higher than the trash and that trash can be cced pretty easily.
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