is tanking for me?
One good run, and then one awful, awful run. With a good friend, Kay-bear, but damn is shaman healer didn’t ALL CAP me (in really bad words).
It’s the one with Tyrande, and she’s using that silly accent, all moony and moaning, and you catch tigers and elves and convince them to die in the light. You gotta run, and go to the light!
|go to the light….!|
Let me rephrase the shaman healer’s criticism: Hold aggro. Don’t let players die. (Wah? Isn’t that his job?)
I know I hit my “save your tail” button when it’s warranted. Run to the light, and all will be well. The healer died on the way to the light. The Tyrande fight was okay, except I was shaking in nervousness.
|That’s what she said…|
Right now, and I mean really right NOW – I am tanking in real life, breaking up physical aggression, having folks not do their jobs, and lots of aggro being tossed around willy-nilly, and small creatures are getting hurt in the fray.
Perhaps I need to accept this hard truth: I can’t do everything well. If I am tanking, the healer will criticize me. If I am healing, you know. If I die as DPS, it’s my fault. If I die as healer, it’s my fault. If I die as a tank…bleh.
But: let this be known, to one and all.
Did two other dungeons with buddies, including Kay-bear and an aggressive rogue, lost aggro many times, and did fine in both. Rogue said I was fine, in his opinion. Both he and Kay have a two awesome DPS level 85s. No tanks. One PvP healer (Kay). So, if “fine” is what I get, then that will have to be all the stamina I need.
Again, not sure why I’m doing this. Can’t be for the money.