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7-17-2007 @ 8:10AM
Personally, I believe people who wear greens are, in general, an unnecessary liability in a raid. There are plenty of quality blues and crafted epics available before you start raiding. However, I would take a very good player with a few greens over an inattentive one that is decked out in epics any day. Play ability trumps equipment, but both is really necessary to make raiding/heroics easy. I personally don't have anything against damage meters. If used correctly, they can help you spot weak links, figure out what they are doing wrong, and allow you to address it. Even as a competitive tool it is useful. People just have to realize that you get no credit for being #1 on the damage meters if you pull agro.Take this all with a grain of salt, as I am not a hardcore raider. I think some of the best ways to help though is to encourage everyone to do their research of both the fights and their class. Spend time talking with your class leader about strategy/gear. Paying attention during the raid is useful too. If you see someone pew-pewing Curator while there are adds out, that is something that is easy to correct.
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