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8-09-2011 @ 9:55AM
Not sure why your original comment was downvoted. "You pull it, you tank it" is pretty standard instructions for a tank to give over-anxious dpsers. And as long as "if you pull it, I'm not healing you" is addressed to the dps and not the tank, that is also very reasonable.As a rogue, if I pull aggro by accident, or I get too close to a mob I'm trying to sap, I sure don't expect the group to risk a wipe trying to save my stupid ass by rushing in unprepared. I'll use whatever tools I have to try to get out of there, and if I die, I thank the healer for the rez and apologize to the group for being an idiot and not paying attention.No matter how new or seasoned the tank is, watching aggro is a shared responsibility. Never assume the tank sees you starting to creep up on his aggro. Take care of your business, and things will be fine.Anyway, I think your comments to the dps in the group are just fine, and good reminders when used at appropriate times.Upvoted.
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