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10-05-2006 @ 10:48AM
I think even the most min-maxing raid has room for a fury warrior. In Naxxramas, my guild's fury warrior is consistently in the top 5 on the damage meter; more often than not he's #1. And he can offtank an add or trash mob in a pinch, plus is more resilient than a rogue. Not really fair now, is it? :) He gets nice weapons and jewelry from raiding but I think his armor set is from PVP.I agree with the posters who have said that there is really no need for everyone in the raid to be cookie cutter spec. I haven't yet encountered a boss that NEEDS 40 people, so it stands to reason that you don't need 40 generically specced people either. And a few well-played off-specs can bring a lot to a raid. What I don't care for is people who haphazardly decide that they want to do something different, without putting in the effort to think about their spec, gear for their spec, and perfect their techniques. At that point you really are just being a drag on the other 39 people. If you decide one day to be a shadow priest and just pick some random talents that look ok, and play in half healing gear with some so-so damage pieces thrown in, well, you're going to suck. If you want to be an off-spec, do it right and stick with it.
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