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9-30-2011 @ 10:54AM
You're not alone ;)I've actually experienced the opposite lately when pugging on my healer; pretty much all my Zul runs are quick, clean and fast, I rarely encounter any group that is bad. But when I decided to go back to some normal heroics cause I needed only 60 more VP....... well.. those were disaster :/ People were barely geared for them, which is not bad BUT: they didn't care about CC/silencing/killing healer and caster mobs, everyone has aggro all over the place, bosstactics.. what are those? And my healer is well geared but when you are all little squishies that all insist on getting hit by everything all the time.. I'm gonna race through my mana even on trash packs haha. When I encounter such a group I always ask if anyone needs tacts before a boss because I'm happy to give them. Either everyone stays dead silent, says 'LOL' or 'no'.. and then they wipe cause apparently no-one knows what on earth they were supposed to be doing. This was just a few evenings of normal heroics so I might have had some extreme bad luck, but it caused me to leave three groups in a row.. and I rarely ever abandon ship, no matter how bad it gets. I think this could be caused by almost all the better more geared players only running the Zuls, effectively removing a lot of good players from the normals. Now, I'm very happy they are going to pair up the Zuls with the rest of the heroics again, but.. the same problem will still exist for a while.. because all those good players in the Zuls now? They'll be in the three new Hour of Twilight dungeons. Lets hope that after the newness of those heroics has worn off, people will mix through the dungeons evenly because of the 150 VP reward for all of them.
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