Nothing personal. Yes, I'll have some cheese with this whine.
My 'main' is a DK tank, and I am levelling a Druid tank. Very different beasts. For some bizzare reason I need more rage. With the DPS that LFG gives me, I am astounded.
This last week, running Scarlet Monestary - yet again. DPS rogue decides to run ahead.
Me: DPS that runs ahead of tank pulling agro makes me a grumpy tank.
DPS: Too bad <3
I drop party. I think I am a grumpy tank.
In Scarlet Monestry with another group. I am tank, on 50% health. Healer calls AFK. I start eating, DPS miss that, all run past and agro the next pull. We survive that pull, standing outside the beastmaster boss. I sit and eat. DPS stand there all at 30% health. I suggest that they might like to eat/bandage. They still stand there. I brought the whine. Please eat your chesse. Eventually I pop out of bear and heal them. Am I am a grumpy healer or a grumpy tank?
Yet again in Scarlet Monestry, Hunter pet pulling all over the place. Healer is going OOM, so I whisper him to stop healing the pet, and that I actually would just like it to die. Healer says OK, and does better with mana. Later in the instance, healer is totally OOM, I am low on health, and the DPS still keep going.
Me: Healer, if you are low on mana, no need to heal the DPS
Healer: It's OK, I need the practice.
The DPS is still all over the place on the next pull. I stop even trying to hold agro from the DPS, but we survive. Best thing is that the DPS start to be better behaved on low health.
At the end of the run, the healer wants to run again. He thought we were a good group.
So tell me again why I need more rage? I am most definitely a grumpy tank.
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