If a tank pulls, starts with an low AoE ability on all mobs (like Blood Boil) then how can a Warlock pull threat without casting a spell? I though it would take at least a damage spell to pull threat, and waiting is a zero threat ability.
Or should all pulls in a standard 5 man be high threat AoE? What about doing multi-pack pulls?
In a 5 man should the dps wait for threat, or just go?
Ardana from Calestraz suggested that I did not “have threat” when I used Blood Boil while running through one pack, then planted a DnD on the second pack. It seems to me that the Warlock did not wait for threat to be well established.
Even when they had aggro and I taunted, the Warlock and the other dps just kept on killing.
Warlock might have been right that I did not initiate a high threat cycle to allow him to dps straight away… I’d add to that and say that while the pull might have been less than ideal for a small pack, the concept of watching, thinking, and acting accordingly is beyond most 5 man players.
TL;DR = I hate pugs.
Image is darn impressive – from The Dark Side collection by Steve Augulis. Creepy, impressive, and darn near as good photography plus photoshop effects as I’ve seen in a long while; mostly done to himself.