Now, having characters who can pinch-hit for the Guild should another Guildie be sick/decide they want to use another character/start climbing the walls and speaking in tongues is always good, but is it wrong for me to turn around and say "No, I'm maining a DPS Character for now."? I just want to get this guy to a minimum gear level to be a tolerable Heroic-level Tank to help out the Guild, then turn my Huntard into my Main.
As soon as the PuG system came out, love it or hate it, for me, it was a godsend because being an Australian Player on an American Server meant trying to do instances with just the realm Population was cripplingly painful. People were all either asleep, had replaced their entire bloodstream with coffee with the obvious side-effects or extremely frustrated already and wouldn't run with a poorly geared Warrior.
I just ... Warrior is fun, Tanking as a Warrior is something I can do in my sleep, with my toes (and I mean more the rotations/class abilities are second nature to me, not that I am a 'brilliant' Warrior.) no less, but I'm finding playing a Windwalker Monk and BM Hunter in the PuG/Scenarios is just as fun, but there's entirely no stress on my part, and being a helpful DPS in a PuG makes me feel all warm and fuzzy, especially since the last few times, my Huntard has been the only DPS who actually bothered to listen to and help the Tank and Healer.
Am I being selfish here?