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1-11-2012 @ 9:52PM
The important corollary here is that the tank should be the one to mark. Unless the tank is marking nothing, don't mark for the tank.I can't tell you how annoying it is to be in a dungeon and set up CC markers, only to have some control-freak DPS or healer start changing my marks. I have learned these pulls like the back of my hand. I know exactly what order I want the mobs to die, I know which mobs I can pull together easily, and I know which mobs need to stay out of my way. Please don't pretend you can make those decisions for me. As you should be able to tell from my gear, I'm not new to this tanking thing. And even if I was, give me the chance to figure it out.
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