Its a dangerous road to travel down to put to much that the warrior is doing all the misstakes cus thats how he will read or hear that as.
Just think that allways a situation your in can be caused of a situation that someone ealse made a misstake before and it leads to a situation where the warrior has to cover for misstakes done by druid or hunter at earlier stage.
Ither way, as of eating traps and stuff it takes awhile to get the communication needed to pull of good cordination when it comes to eating traps. Me and a warrior I was playing 2v2 was really bad at that for abit, then I started calling it out better and he started listening to it better and from that point we where great at eating traps.
All goes to say, just avoid the blame game its not going to make any situation better.
This is very valid, but can also lead to very annoying situations. I've played with a few gladiators (legit ones, not boosted) and they tell me I play DK really well, yet when I play with people with about 2.2k exp, we can't get past 1800. Then I play on my priest as Disc and I get higher ratings than I get on my DK, with supposedly worse teammates.
So it's either a) I suck at DK even though several good players tell me otherwise
or b ) the teammates I get are simply making too many mistakes
I hate picking option b. I really do. I prefer to tell myself that I could've used my strangulate on the mage's frost bomb to stop the burst or something like that. But sometimes it's just not a realistic approach.
Sometimes your teammates are just bad.