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2-03-2012 @ 10:29AM
Just curious: does anyone have experienced the "uber pvp leet player" who goes into LFD with a "know it all" attitude but really doesnt know a lot about PVE.I ask because I just had one of the most horrible pugs ever the other day, we were running Well of Eternity, and this warrior tank at some point starts trying to kick the healer, at first i didnt make much of it because the healer clearly was struggling, we wiped 2 times and eventualy the kick passed. New healer, things go ok, we get to the last part of the dungeon, the tank starts calling the new healer a noob without any apparent reason, then i pick aggro (as a dk) on the big demon pack, i step back a little and the guy instead of doing his job and taunting the mobs just lets them come after me, and then goes on another insult tirade. He keeps at this for the whole instance, attacking me and the healer and calling us noobs, i do my best not to answer, but it really came to a point where he was insulting me for not gemming for stamina, that was the tipping point.Anyways, long story short, do good pvp'ers tend to carry an attitude, in your experience? Its not the first time i have had a bad experience in a pug and then go check the armory and the guy is an item level 400+ pvp'er. It just really pissed me for the rest of the evening.
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