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1-11-2012 @ 11:05AM
@ Skyrei"Unless the tank is really silly about running super fast while the healer has no mana, I tend to side with the healer following the tank rather then the tank having to be aware he's running out of the healers range at all times"Sorry, as a I can't disagree with this enough. If I have no mana I will NOT chase a tank. Staying in range of the tank implies I am ready to heal him. If I run out of mana I will let the tank know in party chat, then I will sit down and drink. If he wants to ignore me and run ahead, it's his funeral.Good tanks are ALWAYS aware of their healers mana and whether or not they are keeping in range. As a tailor I also like to stop and loot. Dungeons are a good source of clothe and I resent tanks who can't slow down enough to give me a chance to loot.
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