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4-20-2011 @ 6:08PM
I find that my LFD experiences are directly related to what I'm playing, and that as a DPS, the experience sucks the worst.Why?Because as a tank or healer, I control a large amount of the success/fail in my group. As a good tank or healer, I control upwards of about 75% of it.I Can, Tank off the dps who attacks the wrong target, pick up that accidentally pulled pat off the healer, interrupt the nasty, pop defensive cd's, and out-dps most of the group.I Can, Heal through a great deal of stupid, add my own cc and defensive cd's, bring mobs back to the tank, and otherwise carry a lot of idiocy and accident.As a DPS I can try and CC, I can sometimes hide, I can add some interrupts, and I can watch myself. However, if it's all going to pot, I can generally only watch the trainwreck unfold.As I primarily tank or heal, I find that most of my LFD runs are smooth, and generally painless, because I don't allow them to suck. Sure, I miss the sociability of the past, and I wouldn't mind getting that back. However, we are helped who help ourselves.
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