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3-16-2012 @ 4:33PM
I'm the main tank for my raid team, but that means something entirely different to me than it does for other people. It seems like most I talk to conceptualize the main tank's job as staying on the boss, while the off tank takes care of the other annoying little tasks that the main tank has "graduated" from doing. There's definitely a sense of, this tank has paid his dues, and this one has some more to learn.I've never thought that. Whenever there's two distinct tanking jobs, I always volunteer for the one that is more annoying, more complex, or otherwise requires more skill. To me, main tanking means that you take on the jobs that less experienced tanks would not execute as well, that you take on the burden for the group.
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