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7-18-2007 @ 5:41PM
WWS logs are as useful as your raider's understanding of statistics. Thus they can be incredibly useful, or total lies. There are mobs that throw everyone's numbers off (warriors will always look better than other melee dps in AoE pulls because of whirlwind, for example), so it is most useful as a way to track individual performance over time and note things like how many crushing blows your warriors were taking, or what happened right before Gruul ate the Hateful Strike tank alive. The trick I use is to come up with the question first (how much damage am I taking during Curator and how can I reduce that amount? Why does the tank keep dying?) and then go look for data to answer my questions.
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