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1-16-2012 @ 4:09PM
Agreed, ravyncat!Not everyone has been playing for years, or they may be learning a new role. These articles keep getting written because there are many times that the points mentioned above are not Also, I have to agree with one of the points above about not expecting the tank to know everything. If the tank is setting an odd kill order or seems to be missing a mechanic, there's nothing wrong with letting them know (you can whisper if you're not 100% sure of what you're saying or are wary of embarrassing them). Open, friendly communication should be encouraged and will add to many players' enjoyment. Tanks also shouldn't be afraid to ask for advice about kill orders and such or if there's a mechanic you can't quite remember. A quick question will take far less time than a corpse run, and I've found many players are happy to help, especially if you are showing an honest interest in learning the role. There are few things that DPS will universally agree on moreso than the need for more tanks and shorter RDF queues.
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