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5-07-2009 @ 5:53PM
You know, the spec is only about a third of one's DPS. We have three DPS DKs in our guild atm. One of them can throw his talents around any way he chooses and still do awesome dps. Then we have another, who does sucky DPS with every single spec this other guy suggests. He's given the rotation, the spec, the whole deal, and he's still hanging below 2k with a spec the other guy does 5k + with.What I'm trying to say is that some people can play a class doing this unconventionally. Sure, you can argue that with a cookie cutter spec they might be even better, but do you need to complain if they're doing their part of the job or even outdoing others?My spec as a healer is far from conventional. I haven't seen anyone with a spec like mine for over a year, and a lot has changed since then. Still, I do my part and I do it well. I don't get bitched at for having an unconventional spec, and I raid with people who'd say it if something was wrong.Don't get stuck on conventions, try something new. People complaining about someone else's spec and saying he's ruining it for the rest of them ought to broaden their view. My 2 cents.
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