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7-17-2007 @ 8:43AM
On the CL/meters issue, ideally guilds would have both. As Scott said, there are things even an experienced CL can miss in the thick of battle. Additionally, having the numbers is a lot more persuasive than just saying, "You didn't look like you were decursing as often as Healer X." One of the side benefits of WWS is that it's resulted in a lot *less* work for our leaders. Our members seem to have been hungry for this kind of exhaustive breakdown of how (I use the term quantitatively, not as "good or bad") they're playing. Not everyone has a computer that can run one of the in-game assessment tools - this way they don't have to install anything, and they can look at it at their leisure rather than in the middle of a trash pull. They seem to love it, and it's been generating a lot of great discussion on our forums.That's just been our experience though. You have to fit the tools to the culture of the guild. It probably works so well for us because we're solidly in the working stiffs age bracket. I'd much rather read over stats on my lunch break than try to do so in the limited hours I have to play each evening.
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