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Ever have one of those days? Those days you tell yourself, in spite of mounting evidence to the contrary, that you should do anything, anything, but what destiny, what fate lies before you? The fate you keep plunging toward, falling on swords, and tripping over feet? Today was one of those days I tripped over swords to fall on feet made of swords over my own feet. It was bad.
And this is one of those posts where I shouldn't write/publish based on emotions, those damn woman emotions!
Maybe if I put it in bullet points, I can be concise and logical (although is testosterone logical? It thinks it is...but it's not, not really)
- Some of the worst LFR groups I've seen in a long time while trying to get a few things
- And I don't mean one or two: I mean more than ten, on every character..
- Total meltdown on Kellda the Warlock today - and I mean epic failures of epic epiccy epicness - so much so it should be a new achievement: Make A Minion Cry - 20 points.
- My own failings at shaman healing, so much so when I told my RL I'd leave, he didn't try to talk me out of it (PS He shouldn't have: if I was holding back the group I should leave- no harm no foul in that)
Why? What happened?
Well, for starters, "managing expectations." When the RL tells the group "we all know the fight" and it's my first time doing a normal 10-man, that learning curve was too steep for me. No one else as far as I knew knew how noob I am to this. My new UI is horrible. I'm still having computer issues, and my mouse went nuts. I was awful. I dispelled at the wrong time and the priest told me "I hate you," in that smug way that only priests with midwestern drawls can, and though I told the RL I was at 60% durability, he decided to wait for me to repair. My shaman is sitting right now in the Shrine at 50%, crying her eyes out, wishing she's never dropped a totem or said how-do-you-do. Poor thing. Not to mention her human who's crying right now too.
Being new to a group is tough. It's even tougher when expectations aren't clear: I am new. I don't know everything. Please stay near me and my totems and don't run into traffic.
I have been seriously thinking for a while now about Azeroth. It's funny when people tell me "you want something else out of the game." To me, that's like telling me, "Oh, you want that broken down truck, and not the new Lexus, cause that's what I see you driving."
But I just suck. And I am taking my ball and going home. I can't handle smug priests or cute warlocks anymore. Guess sometimes the bear does indeed eat us. Hope I tasted good. Roast draenei on a stick.
I need a /hug