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1-30-2012 @ 7:42PM
I quite enjoy LFR, I raid with my guild 3 nights a week and LFR gives me a chance to not only have a bit of fun, but it also makes me appreciate my guildies all the more :)I'm normally pretty relaxed and forgiving of those who aren't as good (not saying I'm better than everyone here) as the bulk of the group. It is frustrating when it's a tank because that can have a big impact on the raid.I was whispering a tank the other day who kept dying to fight mechanics, after explaining every fight in the run, I suggested (nicely) that before he tries to tank in the future that he reads the journal because it's a great tool. He took the feedback well (most probably because I defended him when the blame stick came out after a fight) and hopefully the next run he'll be more confident for it.The other type of people I DO dislike is tards who spam meters, and not very well. On my disc priest for example they will spam heal meters and suggest to vote to kick me because my "heals" were low. It is usually one of the other healers who says that I'm Disc lol Ohh and I had one raid that a tard dps was qq'ing about my dps being low until again another healer said, um he's healing dude.Good times my friends, good timesUpy
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