Kin-Pantsu88, on Dec 30, 2012 - 2:35 PM, said:
I agree with the YouTube part: When I played WoW, it realy helped to know what to expect in boss fights.
How to anticipate at the fight, was sometimes way off then recommended from the vids, but still fun and experience.
Meaning: by watching you tubes you can know in advance what a boss does.
Like you see a blue charge around him, and with the video you know to make range.
How the fight eventually goes is still up to you and the group.
And if you're with a full guild or friends group/party, you always decide "Let's just dig in, and see how it goes"
I done this a few times in a old sh**y MMORPG, and it's quite fun, figuring out what to dodge, how to dodge.
When not to attack and when you need to hit hard. Wipes are highly, but you're entire group thinks of strategy, also increasing the bond.
But with a PUG
roup: bunch of random ppl), it's sometimes best to watch a video in advance.
Because you're all unknown to each other and wipes demoralize the party quick, and aggravation rise quickly too.