My friend needs help, I dont know how to tell him he needs it
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Hi all, I have a RL friend thats been playing wow for 2 years as a Alli warrior. I been playing an Horde ele shammy for 3 years. My buddy is paying for my switch over to the alli side, so we can hangout more. Well I watched him play today and helped him with his spec. Well the spec thing came with some problems, no biggie :( . I seen him spamming taunt in a 5 man to try to keep up his TPS. This is a problem for me beacuse I lead HTOC 10 pugs and he wants in. How can I tell him he must know his rotation for aoe and single target TPS. If you guys could tell me his rotaion and anything a (hrmm how do i say this) green tank should know to better his tanking ablity. Thanks so much for your time and helping us out :D
In need of a reality check
First off, I would like to thank all of the contributors. I have benefitted greatly from all of you elite tanks since the beginning of this site. Happy late anniversary! Anyway, I was out of the game for a year and came back just a little over two weeks ago. Initially, I was very impressed with the improvements in the game (space management, UI, talents, etc). However, Is it just me or is it way too ez now? I started playing two weeks ago with a level 70 warrior in Kara/Zul'Aman gear and now I have a level 80 in Blues/epics. I have tanked UP twice (with minor knowledge issues). I went through with a friend and the first time was marking mobs (for CC and assignment), and single-pulling mobs. My buddy pulls me aside and says, "we don't mark mobs anymore, that is legacy stuff". What am I missing? We just run through heroics, multi tanking mobs, collect our badges and buy our T-9 gear? The gear is so good. I have 22.5k armor/25.3k health and 550 def (for future ref) The World of Warcraft Armory . I hate to sound ungrateful, but I am feeling a little spoiled. I don't feel a sense of accomplishment, I just feel like it has turned into a meaningless faction/badge grind. Please, give me an attitude adjustment.