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12-07-2011 @ 4:29PM
ive never been caught by the eyes, but also never been in a group where someone hasnt been caught. Not sure if people realise you can get right away out to the edge.
12-07-2011 @ 4:41PM
I've been eating it now that I'm tanking again, just because SOMEBODY always got hit when I was DPSing. Figure it might as well be me, with accompanying defensive cooldowns. Hasn't really been a problem, so far.
12-07-2011 @ 4:45PM
Where is the "edge"? I try to hide behind a pillar, but someone gets caught and see people talk about the "edge" a lot, but years of "STAY OUT OF THE FIRE" makes me see the fire that I consider the "edge" and think, "Nope, can go no further!"
12-07-2011 @ 4:46PM
Argh.... Just saw the grammar in my post, PLEASE forgive that. No, I'm not a "not a native speaker" person, just bad at spell-check/grammar-check.
12-07-2011 @ 4:56PM
I've never been caught by the eyes, but also never been in a group where someone hasn't been caught. Mainly because the tank purposely gets caught in order to force the battle onwards, but once because a Rogue treated them as adds and attacked them.As a Hunter, I could probably fix myself a sandwich before they get a chance of catching me. Nyuk, nyuk.
12-07-2011 @ 5:03PM
@KellyI have no idea where the "Hide behind the pillar" strategy came from, but from what I've seen, it is completely and utterly worthless.I have seen tons of people get caught hiding behind the pillar and then they are also out of los for the tank/healer, so they die.The best strategy is just to run around and avoid them. It really isn't that hard. As long as they don't enter the little circle of invisibility, they won't find you... los on the eyes has NOTHING to do with if they find you or not.
12-08-2011 @ 8:25PM
ive just been ghost wolfing and staying on my toes. granted you may just be outta luck and get caught between some. i dont mind peeps getting caught either, but until i get my achieve, i want my achieve.
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