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1-24-2012 @ 12:55PM
Maybe I have just been very lucky. But since cata's release I have had real life interfere with WoW time and haven't been able to raid. My experience in LFR has been nothing but pleasant. The worst I have had to deal with was once on the spine of deathwing DPS who didn't know the fight killed all the tentacles and the tank didn't move the amalgamation to the right spot. After a single wipe, the fight was explained and we went on to finish the raid.IMHO Raid Finder has been a bright spot of this expansion, and groups are way more cooperative than even 5man lfg's.
1-24-2012 @ 1:45PM
Although, the bubbles of text (/say and /yell) over people's heads on Spine crack me up every time. "Stop DPS""Move you noob tank""Kill bloods""What are you doing?!?""Don't...stop....oh geez""Oh Great, nice work genius""Tank move it!"Still waiting for a video on that.
1-24-2012 @ 2:12PM
Pam, I see you've been in my all my groups sofar, hi there.
1-24-2012 @ 2:36PM
Hah... It's especially funny when you have people panicking over the Amalg's health being at half because the tank hasn't picked up any bloods... only for it to be a case of the tank actually being SMART and waiting til the Amalg is low on health (around 4 million or so) before grabbing all the bloods at once... 'Cuz, you know, it does more damage with blood stacks and AoEs once it hits 9, so the less time spent at that point the better for the healers. =P
1-24-2012 @ 2:45PM
@PamThank you for reminding me of last night's raid. My nervous tick has returned. Please provide your address so I may forward my therapy bills.
1-24-2012 @ 3:37PM
this has been my experience, too, @johnthediver. i don't get where all the complaints are coming from.
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