The callers in World of Warcraft have a hard time. They are still kicked a lot – even though they do their job. But not everyone sees it that way.
It has now been over 4 months since the Caller got a new specialization in World of Warcraft Dragonflight. The amplifier is quite a heavyweight and a welcome guest in most groups. Because even if the amplifier itself doesn’t have the highest numbers in the damage meter, it still amplifies the group members, who therefore deliver significantly more power.
But even after almost half a year, not all players have fully embraced this “innovation”.
You can see the trailer for the current patch here:
What about the caller? Even now, Rufer players who have dedicated themselves to reinforcements report that they are still being kicked out of groups. The reason is always that you don’t do enough damage and therefore can’t keep up with the rest of the group.
MattLorien reports in the WoW subreddit that he was kicked out of a group because he did “such bad damage.” He could now “get upset, or work on himself and be better next time.”
This is how the community reacts: With more than 2,300 upvotes, there is a lot of support for this experience and others are also sharing their own stories in which they were kicked out of the group or attacked due to a lack of damage.
Some also tell very similar stories in which the group leaders apparently have no idea about the game.
- “I did a 15 key after work yesterday and the tank attacked me for it. I just don’t understand why people still don’t understand how [der Verstärkung-Rufer] functions.”
- “It’s kind of fascinating that people know enough about this game to install addons, but are still so stupid.”
- “Some people are just born stupid. I was called out for being a bad resto shaman because I wouldn’t use totems. By the way, I was a monk.”
So if you want to complain about a caller – first check whether they specialize in reinforcement. And then ask yourself carefully why your numbers are so much larger than usual.
By the way, this is how the players responded to the caller four months ago.