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5-09-2011 @ 2:53PM
"As far as insane demands go, this one pretty much takes the cake for me. Has anyone heard of anything worse than this? If so, tell us about it below!"Ohhh yeah. A drama queen. I was in a guild where the guild leader had epilepsy. He continued to raid and perform very well. We had a mage in the guild who was an older woman. She was in our progression raiding group and very much a drama queen. This is back in Wrath. Her numbers should've been on the top every single fight, but they never were. The guild had gotten stuck on Sindragosa - too few of us were getting out of the big blast she did and dps would die left and right. We changed our battle plan. The mage and myself were the only ones still having trouble getting away. I went and got an enchant for speed and stopped dying. She didn't. Instead, she took it out on the guild leader. One night, he had a seizure during the raid. In terms of chat and vent, it just means he went silent. Fortunately, some of our guildies called his house, his roommates answered, and he got helped to the hospital. We cancelled the rest of the raid (out of respect.)The mage was not happy. She proceeded to tell us that all of our dps was poor, that the guild leader was doing a terrible job and needed to change his medication (which he had already done multiple times), and that there was clearly something wrong with the healers or the strat we had because she kept dying.The outrage from the guild eventually made her leave, though not after she admitted that she had sight issues due to old age... but that wasn't something we could fault her for, right? You totally can't fix that with glasses or medication or anything.We proceeded to replace her with another mage. He did twice her dps and never died due to standing in bad.She still popped into vent and gchat from time to time on various alts to victimize herself to the other guildies. Pathetic.
5-09-2011 @ 3:05PM
Setting aside the rest of the awfulness of that story, there's no excuse, ever, for a Mage to get caught in Sindragosa's blast. Even unglyphed Blink got me out of there well ahead of anyone else. The few times I was turned the wrong way and Blinked out to the other side (oops!), well, that's a textbook case for Ice Block. Now, as to the rest: What a horrible, horrible person.
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