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9-02-2011 @ 11:03PM
Let me tell you why nothing you are saying is practical or, for that matter, makes any sense.The number of tanks in the game that are currently tanking is irrelevant. So DPS & healers have a little bit of a longer wait time between random ques. So what? It's part of the game at this time, get over it. There's no reason to change the game so that these two peices of the triangle can shave off a few minutes of their 'busy' days. What tanks are currently doing in fights & raids is irrelevant. So, they're picking up adds & running over here & picking this back up? It's part of the game, and its what us tanks enjoy. It's how we like to play; thats why we do it. If we simply wanted to DPS, we'd do that. But we like being the center of the raid, and having all these different variables.And finally, a pet cannot tank a boss and still be anywhere near as entertaining. A lot of current raid fights require tanks to move quite a bit, either to position the boss correctly, to work around mechanics, get into range of a healer, etc, etc. How do you expect to accomplish this with a partialy controlled pet? Point made.Not sure where you came up with this idea that anyone can tank, or that what us tanks do is redundant. Maybe you were just looking for some article to write that would heat up some heads and get your name passed around because it wasn't on peoples' lips otherwise. Whatever the reason: fail.
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