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12-08-2011 @ 12:02AM
It's funny how often people forget to throw the sword. It's happened three times with me. The first time Mannoroth took forever to whittle down his HP and none of us could figure out what the heck the problem was, until somebody wowheaded the problem and realized what we'd done wrong. The second and third times, the melee and tank both went immediately to Mannoroth and left me, the healer, to throw the sword after a bit, when I realized it was on the ground right next to me and nobody had touched it yet.
12-08-2011 @ 10:29AM
Same with Thrall in Hour of Twilight. Every single damned time I don't talk to him and run on ahead (be I the tank, heals, or dps), nobody does. There are times we'd be waiting on Thrall at the pit when somebody asks "did anyone talk to him?" and somebody would have to run back.I blame the tank in these cases. It should always be the tank's responsibility to advance the dungeon, be it by talking to people to get things going or to proceed to the next phase of a fight. DPS and heals should never be the ones talking to Thrall, although I'd say its acceptable for them to throw the sword.
12-08-2011 @ 1:18PM
HA, that happens to me frequently too.Come on Thrall! Slowpoke!It's still better than the NPC taking the initative when the group isn't ready, though.
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