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5-11-2007 @ 3:15PM
Calgar, that was exactly my point, you can't judge a person's utility with DPS meters. There are countless factors that interfere with the exactitude of DPS meters, and a raid should be evaluated as a whole, not as a collection of individual players. Maybe a Ret Pally is just what your raid needed, maybe the moonkin simply gets his class right and is much more useful then your warlock.My point is: stop asking for things to be handed to you. Great players didn't get there by being buffed, they did it by finding how to play their current class well, and adapt with the changes. I can name at least 1 amazing boomkin, 1 incredible tankadin, 1 unparalleled full holy priest, and the list goes on with class/specs that everyone laughs at, yet that become much more useful to the raid then cookie-cutters thanks to inventive, ressourceful players who just understood what this underdog spec was all about.
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