And to be honest, it was the worst nightmare of my PUG experiences so far.
First of all, there were two DK's, one of which was the know it all. I was the highest, but this DK was lv63, and the next 62. So we were already out levelled the content, anyhow. And they started yelling for marking the targets...
Ok, I mark, I charge, I tank.
I mark. Check.
I charge. Check.
And I find out that the DK, who isn't tanking, has pulled the one I'm charging with his darned Death's Grip, and pulled the rest of the mob to the rest of the group! "Tank, attack the skull!" is what I get in the party chat.
"The Skull FFS!!!"
So the next marks I made deliberately so that I charged the secondary mob. And took care of the 2/3 of a normal group in there, rest of the group dealt with the single mob the DK Gripped.
What I didn't tell you is that in the group the healer was a druid who had just switched to resto, and was healing his first instance. And he was doing very nice job, though overhealing like no tomorrow. I, as a good tank and healer lover, made sure he had enough mana to burn through the mobs, so I waited for him to gain some...
"Speed up", "If this tanking takes this long I will tank", and so on from the DK.
So I speeded up, but that wasn't enough for the DK. He took up marking, tanking, dps and ran the show alone. Well, I have to admit that the rest of the team bit their lip nicely and patched the blotched mistakes this know it all made.
Just to show what the mess was: the party almost wiped at Nazan, the dragon, the final boss. Why? The DK stole the aggro from me when the dragon started spewing fire, pulling the fire on our clothies.
It was my fault, naturally. But what I still don't grasp is the fact that why did he die as he knew it all so well?
And how on earth can one tell these guys to stuff it and play in the group?