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1-12-2012 @ 9:07AM
Playing a warlock, aggro was one of those things. I resisted using addons and the like for my raids, but not the aggro checking ones. Especially during BC, keeping your aggro controlled as an affliction warlock was really hard, til you got the hang of it. Always best at the time to make friends with the tanks, since back then if the tank went down, the warlock would be next.Still, as much as I love tanks, a lot of the more..interesting encounters were the ones when the tank went down and, for whatever reason, we managed to survive. Usually only sorta and without any healthstones or minions left but still!Still, those events are only really great because *they were so rare.* Id much rather sit in the back and make everything burn in the makers fire (No, that is the best line in the game ever. Ever. I have trouble not shouting it at people in real life.)
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