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10-07-2006 @ 10:31AM
@2 & 3:Obviously we have some people here who've never played a mage in molten core. YOU try debuff removal on your entire 40-man person-by-person. There's nothing fun about it, and no skill involved in desperately mashing a key on your keyboard or mouse over and over again moving from one target to the next. Soldersa, it's obvious you don't play a class with debuff removal as a raid priority, so I can excuse that on account of inexperience. TP, on the other hand, can go do some things I can't mention here.As for myself, I play a mage and a druid primarily, two classes with established debuff removal positions in raids. From experience the primary advantage of Decursive or any similar add-ons is that it makes it easier to identify that a situation is occuring, much like the boss warnings in CT_RaidAssist(and the debuff/buff options in the same add-on), or arcanepartybars, or most any other addon that actually serves a combat purpose. TP, I don't know what kind of miraculous coordination and cat-like reflexes you've developed sitting in front of your computer, but I would suggest you try developing a respect for your support classes first.If anyone needs me, I'll be in the Angry Dome.
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