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10-03-2011 @ 10:14AM
And on LFD hostility, yes people are incredibly childish and judgemental, most times blaming the wrong guy. I tried a ZF the other day as a tank - I have no idea what my ilvl is but its enough - and on one of the pulls I did all the marking (skull for main nuke, X for second nuke) and started my rotation and suddenly the shit hit the fan and we wiped. Of course one of the dpsers started giving me grief and telling me to l2p, so I checked recount and found out that the mage was going full out on one of the mobs that I hadn't marked... I have no idea if that alone is what wiped us or if it was a mix of a bit of all of us sucking but, it happened again on other mob grps and tbh i just said "GL fellas, I have to go" and left.Another case was a ZA i was tanking with my bro hpalla, on the boss that calls shitloads of adds and does tha fire line crap. The adds just wouldnt die and I couldn't hold aggro long enough. One of the dpsers was giving me some HEAVY grief and even started trying to tell me how to spread diseases and use DnD, which I silently took (on skype with my bro wondering wtf was happening) and I was starting to doubt my skills (which im sure are good - cataclysm dungeon hero). Long story short, we wiped enough for all dpsers to leave and a fresh bunch joined, of which a mage and a feral. Guess what? The adds dropped like flies and I held aggro fine. The rest of the dungeon was a breeze. It was a DPS problem, which looked like a tank problem. If there was a technology that allowed you to punch your computer screen in such a way that your fist would go straight through to the face of all tards that screw up these LFD runs, i would use it.Hopefully these new 4.3 dungeons will be short and fun cuz these ZA/ZF ones are too much.
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