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Controlling member of a [[party]] or [[raid]]. Usually identified by a small crown icon ([[File:UI-Group-LeaderIcon.png]]) near their portrait.
 
Controlling member of a [[party]] or [[raid]]. Usually identified by a small crown icon ([[File:UI-Group-LeaderIcon.png]]) near their portrait.
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== Leader as a role ==
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In most [[dungeon]]s or [[raid]]s, the leader is expected to organize the group in some way and provide initial direction before a fight. In 5-man groups, only the game mechanic identified leader can usually mark targets, so it is customary to make that person the official leader. In larger groups, combat tactics during a fight are sometimes split between the leader and the [[main assist]] or given exclusively to the main assist.
   
 
== See also ==
 
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*[[Leave Party]]
 
*[[Leave Party]]
 
*[[Promote to Leader]]
 
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[[Category:Tactics]]

Latest revision as of 17:03, February 9, 2012

Partying Help e
Tactics

Partying
Instancing

Group Role

Icon-class-role-leader-42x42  Leader

Primary Function

Icon-class-role-tank-42x42  Tank
Icon-class-role-healer-42x42  Healer
Icon-class-role-dealer-42x42  Damage dealer

Secondary Function

Icon-class-role-cc-42x42  Crowd control
Icon-class-role-assist-42x42  Main assist
Icon-class-role-puller-42x42  Puller
Icon-class-role-rezzer-42x42  Rezzer
Icon-class-role-scout-42x42  Scout

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Controlling member of a party or raid. Usually identified by a small crown icon (UI-Group-LeaderIcon ) near their portrait.

Leader as a role Edit

Main article: Instance grouping guide for a leader

In most dungeons or raids, the leader is expected to organize the group in some way and provide initial direction before a fight. In 5-man groups, only the game mechanic identified leader can usually mark targets, so it is customary to make that person the official leader. In larger groups, combat tactics during a fight are sometimes split between the leader and the main assist or given exclusively to the main assist.

See also Edit

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