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1-16-2012 @ 4:03PM
Once, I asked r? before a boss, and I got a couple of rs back including the healer. After we wiped (either I or the healer dcd, first boss in ZG hates my connection sometimes), one of the dps completely ripped my head off because I pulled when he hadn't said r. Do you know how long it takes to get everyone in the group to say r? He never said anything else either like 'not ready' or 'no' or anything. So before I pulled the boss, I waited until ALL the party had responded. It took something like 5-10 minutes I am not exaggerating, and it wasn't all him delaying to be a smartass. That guy man. That guy.
1-17-2012 @ 5:04PM
Don't worry about "That guy", he's a dumbass and everyone knows it and doesn't expect much from him any way.When the tank does a "r?" I usually don't respond...unless there's a problem then I'll say "NO". But most of the time I don't say anything. Sometimes I'll stand around by the tank jumping up and down to indicate my readiness, but I leave chat alone for the healer to reply. I figure that as long as the tank and the healer are both ready, the dps will follow along. Hell, I could be out of mana with every cooldown blown (mage), and I could still participate with my wand (not for the whole thing, just until my mana has regened and some cooldowns have come back online). Won't be stellar dps, but it will be better than doing nothing and screaming about it.
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