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1-12-2012 @ 12:23PM
I play all three rolls so i know this from all sides. Chain pulling is hardest for Pallys and DKs based on mana and runes power. It is actually better for Warriors and Bears to chain pull because of how rage works. That being said there is usually a reason your tank is not pulling: We are out of mana or runes, Something ( i.e. avengers shield) is on CD, Healer is low on mana, or someone is "lost" or falling behind (usually a skinner ... I can talk since i have one). If we wait so can you. Waiting 10 seconds will not kill you. Going 10 seconds too soon just might!For all of us DPS classes, you can wait 5 more seconds to let the tank establish aggro before you blow that all powerful CD.As far as gear goes. DO not roll need on any offspec without knowing if someone else needs it first. either ask or wait and see what they roll first. this goes for all classes. If you are in the group as DPS even though you queued DPS/Tank the wait before rolling for tank gear. I'm saying this to everyone not just DPS. All tank and healers classes are hybrid classes but not all DPS classes are. That does mean that more DPS gear exists than does Tank gear. I know the frustration of drops. I done Well of Eternity 12 times on my pally and i still have have not seen the Gavel or Peroth'Arm (curse you RNG!) I also still need a two hander for my ret spec too but if i'm tanking and one of he new two handers drops I will not roll need against a DPS that needs the upgrade.Marking is funny cause I usually mark but i have forgotten. If i don't ask for CC please don't. During another Well of Eternity on the bridge after killing Peroth'Arm (first boss for those who don't know), the hunter in my group decides to put out a freezing trap on a target just as I hit Avengers Shield. of course the CC broke. You cant get mad at me for that. I didn't ask for CC because you really don't need to on that part.
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