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8-02-2008 @ 11:04AM
I like this, even if it stays at this rudimentary level of reporting. At least I won't have to depend on the other players to keep their addons updated. It's always aggravating to do a version check and see half the raid with out of date threat meters, and worse the few ignoramuses who refuse to use any addons (they insist on a pure interface).
8-02-2008 @ 1:38PM
"and worse the few ignoramuses who refuse to use any addons (they insist on a pure interface)."/gkickProblem solved.
8-02-2008 @ 3:55PM
LOL, can I remind you guys that before TBC, threatmeters didn't even exist, and if they did, they were viewed as "cheating". Young folks these days... expect everything to be handed to them ;).Despite all that, as a tank, I'm glad to see that Blizzard is showing ppl that they need to stop DPSing the darn mob!
8-02-2008 @ 10:40PM
@12You never raided before BC liar. I started playing WoW at the Naxx patch, and most guilds in there were using TM's (I remember long discussions on how Patchwerks threat worked). I was required to have KTM for MC and ZG raids. I ended up as a raid officer running ZG raids, so I know full well that threat meters where used by nearly all raiders.Thanks for playing Retrospective History, next time try not to either lie or bullshit so obviously.
8-06-2008 @ 2:45AM
"Thanks for playing Retrospective History, next time try not to either lie or bullshit so obviously."Ouch TheRaptorMan I've had conversations with several people that raided waaay before the Naxx Patch come out (on my guild vent server). There was a point there , about 2-3 months of when they didn't have threat meters. And when they first come out there were incredibly buggy so weren't used.Now I haven't raided before BC hit but it strikes me that if you're going to call someone a liar it would be good to do a little research before you do so :D
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