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1-16-2012 @ 2:23PM
- "2. Include your DPSers in speed checks. Don't assume they're ready, for starters."This one drives me insane. I was in End Time a couple weeks ago going through the trash before Baine. It was late and I was starting to doze off mid-fight so after the trash died I stopped to say "Sorry, I'm getting really tired. I'm going to take off" . . . Halfway through typing that the tank had already ran out and pulled the boss and locked me out of the fight. After the boss dies I see "Kick the DK". "Why, cause you couldn't wait two extra seconds and pulled without me?" "Yeah, you should have been ready instead of wasting our time"That frigging cocky self-centered attitude drives me into a blind rage. I was pissed enough that I -almost- unsubbed.
1-16-2012 @ 2:27PM
woof! DKs bleh
1-16-2012 @ 3:52PM
Have to call shanagins on this story as you can't be locked out of any of the boss fights in End Time. Or your leaving out some important details.
1-16-2012 @ 4:49PM
Sorry, I also have to call some BS here. You don't get to see that someone has started a vote to kick you. You don't even get to see what was written as the reason. There is no way you could have even known someone tried to kick you unless someone specifically told you about it.
1-16-2012 @ 5:08PM
@ Edymnion - My fault, I should have been clearer. They actually -said- "Kick the DK". I wasn't claiming to see the vote-kick pop up window.
1-16-2012 @ 5:52PM
Yes you can be locked out of a fight in End Time. I was once locked out of the same one, Baine. Apparently a healer had left mid-fight, and I came in and stood by the portal (where you have the trash between you and the lava pool with Baine's island) and could not get to the group because of a flame wall at the edge of the lava pool.
1-16-2012 @ 6:10PM
I'm weighing in on his side here, because there IS an invisible wall around the lava pool that appears when you engage Baine. Been trapped out by it myself. Also, from what I read, the "kick the DK" was just a message in party chat, perfectly visible.
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