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5-08-2011 @ 5:09AM
CennicThanks a lot for your reply! TBH, I HAVE tried that, many times actually. Yes, I have been strict a few times, even though I hated the fact that I was forced to start yelling at people... I did, but it didnt work. In the case of the two mages I talked about, I told them that they a) had to stop pulling adds and b) that its harder to take aggro of them if they unload dps on adds they aggro so they have tons of threat before I even get there. However, I got replies like "Its your job to pull and if you dont, I will".I have threatened to leave before, and usually, someone would ask me to not leave, and I didnt, only to see the same behaviour by the others continue.So even though I might not sound like it, I have told people very clearly to cut it out, even it it did make me sound like a primadonna, but it works very rarely in my experience...either they just go on, start to argue forth and back, or try to be more sneaky with their add-pulling etc.Also, tbh, if I do mark a killorder (and do it quickly), and people totally ignore it, how much more often do I have to remind them to stick to the kill order? Its not that they dont know that you kill skull first, they just simply ignore it, and at that point, its not my job anymore to tell them that it would be better team-work to stick to the kill-order. I guess Im too impatient? =) Lets face it, a lot of those people know what they do,a nd that its not exactly teamwork or easy on tank and healer, and still do it... so why do I have to point it out when they know what they do? it just gets tiring if you have to do it again and again... Thank you so much for your reply, I know exactly what you mean, and you are right, tanks shoudl speak their mind before they drop the towel, but in my case, I did, and usually got arguments or more of the same behaviour, so Im outta there =)
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