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1-26-2012 @ 4:21PM
It is funny that you mentioned the group being a mana drain on heals. I was running my lvl 40'ish Holy through an instance, and I swear it seemed like the tank must have been naked or something, because the second he got hit by anything his health dropped like a stone. I spent most of my time spamming flash heals just to keep him alive. As soon as a group was done I'd shout MANA! and he'd ignore me every time, and run off and aggro more baddies.At one point he just started to aggro random baddies that were off the beaten path, and I asked him to please stop. He started to berate me. "Hey, it's extra experience. You don't see anyone else complaining do you?" Of course not jerk-face, because no one else has to heal your sorry tush. And I wouldn't be complaining either except that you're a mana suck, and won't even let me stop to mana up. On the other hand, since I'm complaining about PUG's, (and sadly, many of them are very similar to that) I *have* met some wonderful players. In fact, one group ended up running about 5 instances in a row, and before we left, we all exchanged "real-ids" just in case we get the chance to hook up again. I love when that happens.Before I go - folks - PLEASE - be nice to your healer. We absolutely live to heal you and make sure you are having a great time, and live through the most dangerous encounters. It kills us when we fail at that, even if you pulled half the darn room at once. So please don't treat us like dirt, and remember to let us mana up before/after a boss.
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