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1-26-2012 @ 12:58PM
I always get a chuckle out of people whining about mages not dropping tables. It's funny to see people who can't be bothered to bring their own stack of drink to a dungeon complaining about mages not being prepared. Want to know a mage secret? 60% of the time, the tank is a raging dumbass who quits the group after the first boss does not give him the loot he wants. 90% of the time, the healer then quits after a minute of waiting. Fifty percent of my groups end up with just me, a hunter, and a cat druid standing around waiting for some fool to accept a dungeon "in progress." So either I have the unfathomable JOY of waiting another half-hour to finish the dungeon... or waiting a half-hour to join a different dungeon where, again, I have a fifty percent chance of getting nothing out of it.I drop a table when I am reasonably sure that my mana cakes are going to fuel the group I am currently in, rather than the group that the tank gets, five seconds after he ditches ours.
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