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7-16-2007 @ 1:23PM
I agree with Freehugz/#2. Having experienced members watch what others of their class/role are doing is hands down the best way to pinpoint problems. Mix it up! Shuffle some experienced "watchers" into your struggling raid for a week in backseat roles, so they can concentrate on watching for problems and supporting situations that go south. Not only will you gain quick insights into where your problems lie, but your less experienced players will get the benefit of seeing how the more experienced players pull things off when the going gets tough. An added benefit: both teams will come away with some fresh ideas on how to approach different encounters!
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