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10-14-2008 @ 11:57AM
I'm looking forward to this change, if for any reason just so people no longer have an excuse to not have any idea what their threat is. For that matter maybe this will point out to people the fact that maybe they shouldn't be taking aggro from the tank (I honestly think a lot of people don't get this at all).My only issue is that this actually doesn't explain what aggro is. If I just started playing WoW then how am I supposed to know what this option is for, or if it should be turned on or not?Also looking forward to replacing omen
10-14-2008 @ 12:03PM
I'm really looking forward to it being there. It won't replace Omen for raids by any means as it really isn't that sophisticated, but it will mean for 5-mans and heroics there are no excuses.Of course the new mechanics to threat sound to me like (and I could be wrong) that people shouldn't be pulling threat as easily as they have before.
10-14-2008 @ 12:38PM
Omen leaves a lot to be desired. I find it rather obtuse and I think there is a much better way to display your aggro. ZThreatMeter looks far superior for what I want. Omen had the defacto threat guessing library and everyone used it because everyone used it. Now at least people can start to innovate on that front. HUD integration comes to mind.
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