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1-10-2012 @ 7:08PM
You forgot "Eat your mage food". I absolutely rage in heroics (and raids too) when a mage table goes down at the start and people refuse to eat after a fight; expecting me to waste my mana to top them off.
1-10-2012 @ 8:24PM
This only bothers me if I've asked them to eat and they still don't. I had more then one person me like: "Just heal me." at which point I can either get into an argument with them about being low on drinks or just not heal them.Was especially bad in the troll heroics.
1-10-2012 @ 8:56PM
I actually had one person tell me he had a druid too and it takes "like one spell" to heal him up from 20% to full (he had been freshly rezzed). I told him it would take at least a couple HTs to which he barked that I didn't know my "healing rotations" and was a nub. Then he dropped.Then the tank said he didn't want to deal with arguing and dropped.Then the second DPS dropped with an "lolnub" and shortly after the final DPS left without a word, leaving me standing in the middle of GB wth my mouth agape at what had just gone down.
1-11-2012 @ 1:04AM
I don't mind when everyone drops group. Even if you are all alone you can reque now and keep your progress in the dungeon. Any time this has happened to me I have lost a group of bads or whiners (or bad whiners) and gotten a competent and friendly group in exchange. Dropping group just cause everyone else is doing it is silly and unproductive.
1-11-2012 @ 11:05AM
Healing rotation./sighThere's no such thing. If you play a healer, you know. You hit what you need to, when you need to.Now we might see a paradigm change when it comes to monk healing. They may well have a rotation when it comes to healing.I do agree that politeness goes a long way in 5 mans, and RF for that matter, but I'm finding my politeness goes out the door when people are so ignorant of everything. It's not hard to understand boss mechanics, where to stand, what classes can cc which targets etc. Just a few minutes of research either in the dungeon journal, or on sites like wowhead or even wowinsider (they are pretty competent, although I'm not sure about that Fox guy) can make a world of difference.Maybe it's just me, but I like knowing who can do what, and how it makes us win.
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