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3-12-2009 @ 6:16PM
I completely agree that a way to easily be reminded that I've got Viper up is a necessity; my guild likes to rush through things so I'm often chasing after an overzealous tank or being distracted myself (mmm, dinner) and forget that it's on until I wonder why my damage sucks. I like Power Auras, which BRK suggested on his blog a while ago. I've got an aura set to warn me about all the stupid huntardy things I'm prone to, including when I'm getting close to running out of mana, when I've got Viper on, and, after a horribly embarrassing Aspect of the Pack incident (to be fair, one of my guildies pulled the boss while we were running back from a wipe, so I was a bit distracted) a little floating paw above my head so that I know Cheetah or Pack are on. I also want to keep Serpent Sting up constantly, so there's one that warns me when it's off. It's even easy to set up. I kept thinking it ought to be more complicated than it was for me to create my own aura, but, lo and behold, the new auras just worked. If, like me, you aren't one of those people who can keep track of 20 things at once, power auras is a great resource. If you just need the reminder about Viper, go with Jessica's suggestion.
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