Water. Without it, all raids would become excruciatingly longer as healers would have to halt and gas up after every attempt. I donâ€™t know about you, buy the raids Iâ€™m in tend to have a lot of biscuit-hungry players. They just devour the entire table. Sometimes we have to ask for single conjures.
And letâ€™s not begin to even talk about that guy.
Oh yes. You know who Iâ€™m talking about.
Heâ€™s that guy who always accepts that summon late.
Heâ€™s that guy who never realizes thereâ€™s a table (or a fish feast) on the ground and asks for one after itâ€™s completely disappeared.
Or he just plain forgot to loot the table. In the past, Iâ€™ve always found the raid I was in to be under the Bystander effect.
â€¦social psychological phenomenon in which individuals are less likely to offer help in an emergency situation when other people are present. The probability of help is inversely proportional to the number of bystanders. In other words, the greater the number of bystanders, the less likely it is that any one of them will help.
Ever get in a raid with like 5 Priests and wonder why the raid hasnâ€™t gotten Fortitude yet? Because each Priest expects one of the other Priests to do it, thereby saving them precious candles. I noticed its the same thing with mages and any other player with biscuits. Some of them conveniently AFK or spin around in their chair not sharing.
So instead of asking Mages for Water, I simply walk up to the closest Mage and pop open trade while saying "Need gas!â€. Most of them usually figure out what Iâ€™m after. I trained the guild mages well after all!
Hereâ€™s another thing. How many biscuits do you really need? Do you really need four stacks of biscuits? Youâ€™re telling me you go through that many in a single raid? I go through 1 stack usually. On serious wipe nights, itâ€™ll hit the tail end of 2 stacks.
If every raider took 2 sacks of biscuits instead of 4 stacks, then weâ€™d have enough stacks of food to go around. Donâ€™t be so greedy! Eat what you take! Stop burning through Mage reagents to conjure that stuff!
And donâ€™t get me started on the players out there that have almost no bag room and choose to throw away perfectly conjured biscuits just so they can loot some random trash loot to vendor later. At least pass it on to someone else.
Oh yes. I know you exist.
Anyway, enough with that rant.
How do you ask Mages for water?