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1-26-2012 @ 8:54AM
Few months ago a friend as leveling a priest, when he was about 83 we offered to carry him through normal dungeons. The setup was Priest lvl 83 in quest greens, Warrior Fury (me), hunter MM, arcane mage, the former three in heroic Firelands gear. Queued as a tank and as soon as we teleported to the dungeon the rogue that was pugged started to complain that I was in fury spec and I would fail tanking (remember, 3 heroic FL geared players in a normal dungeon), he proceed to complain and I just watched quietly as he dropped the group.Pugged another player, a mage lvl 83, and when he got in he was amazed at the speed we killed everything on sight, I was just charging and hitting things as fast as I could, the mage would pull aggro put the mob/boss would die before reaching him. It was probably the easiest leveling session he did ever, we did something like 15 dungeons (with the same pugged mage) and they got millions of xp (our priest was 2 bars short of 85 when we called it a day).Oh, I wish that rogue knew what happened after he left. lol
1-26-2012 @ 12:23PM
There's an easy way to let him know, albeit slightly evil. If you remember his name, create a level 1 alt in his server and mail him. Also tell him your priest's name and armory page as a proof. Also say: TLDR: you coulda been almost 85 as fast.But yeah, not worth the effort
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