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1-26-2012 @ 8:08AM
Ugh. I remember early in this expansion, back when heroic blues were a big deal. I was in a heroic on my healer (It's always when you're healing, isn't it?) when I ran into a really cocky tank. The group outright refused to use Crowd Control, ensuring the tank took truckloads of damage every pull, causing me to blow through my mana every time. Naturally, he would pull the next group just as I was sitting down to drink.About five pulls in, they called me a bad healer and vote-kicked me from the group.I stopped healing PUGs up until 4.3. Thank goodness druids can also tank.
1-26-2012 @ 10:56AM
there really is nothing worse than being judged by the inept for "mistakes" that result from their own failings. where's the justice? haha.many times this has happened to me; and to many others i'm sure. sometimes you just have a bad pull as tank; maybe hamfist a rotation or mistaunt or whatever. maybe you never really understood how dark intent worked, or how rogues could sap... what is comforting is that there is alcohol.
1-26-2012 @ 12:14PM
Well if you're the healer, most of the time you're the last person to die since you know, you can heal yourself and choose not to heal others. So if you're feeling especially snarky, you can WAIT until they all died, then type "told ya not to pull when I'm drinking" and run out / leave group / hearth
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