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05/19/2012 11:27 PMPosted by Turkeylipshighly aware pvp players are usually good at percieving PvE.
05/20/2012 12:11 PMPosted by TahlasarI am the reason this statement isn't true.. just ask the Indelibles...
highly aware pvp players are usually good at percieving PvE.
I am the reason this statement isn't true.. just ask the Indelibles...
05/19/2012 11:27 PMPosted by TurkeylipsI would like to start tanking soon, and will put the effort into gearing the character (raid worthy in 2 days) if i get into a nice full clear guild that pve's a decent amount.
05/22/2012 02:04 AMPosted by CayrethThe reason is that guilds are usually hesitant to bring in a new tank, because that role can make or break the raid.
05/22/2012 11:39 AMPosted by AntimonyThe reason is that guilds are usually hesitant to bring in a new tank, because that role can make or break the raid.
Except in Dragon Soul, where the tanking is "Stand here. Maybe taunt off the other tank every few stacks."
05/22/2012 05:03 PMPosted by OolakiMeh, even in DS, an inexperienced or a squishy tank can make things a LOT of work for the rest of the raid and throw off everyone's game.
Yeah, we've had our share of those.
"Hey, what happens if you jump off the ship?..."
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