Yes, but only because I usually end up grouped with people who apparently think scenarios need normal roles. I'm a mage, and all but two groups I've been in have been me + healer/tank, 2 heals, or 2 tanks. It's not really an issue, it just takes way longer than it should, and I'm getting really sick of doing 60-85%+ of the damage and not getting much from it. Now that I have Scenaterday I think I'll stop until new ones are released.
Yes, as a matter of fact I did one scenario where we started as 3 DPS. Mage DC'd (I think) at the very start, and warrior went AFK after first pack. He also fell offline around 10 min later and I finished it alone.
I wish all hunters were like that. I only ever see BM hunters (did they remove SV and MM from the game? >.>), and first thing they do is misdirect to .... dun dun dunnn.... me.
BM has the "I win" button with stampede and most players go the easy route. My little huntress is MM and will always be but hunters didnt seem to interesting compared to the other classes. I like barrage though, mostly because a night elf with a machine gun is the coolest thing ever Lol
I don't often do pug scenarios, but usually I'm doing somewhere around 60-70% of all the damage. I realize a lot of people in scenarios are very under-geared and that's why they're there in the first place, but sometimes it almost feels like you solo it just boost other people.
My addons: Tol Barad Reminder: Reminds you to queue for Tol Barad by printing a message when the battle is approaching. MinimapClock: Replaces the title bar of the minimap with a ticking clock, with seconds. Rock 'n Role: Sets your role automatically when you join a raid group and hides all role checks. EasyLogger: Turns on /combatlog inside raid instances, and off outside. The most lightweight option around!