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5-08-2009 @ 11:00AM
I understand one's desire to play the game their own way, and yes that is your prerogative. However, if you are talking in the context of a 25-man raid, then you shouldn't be surprised if a veteran player is offering tips to help you maximize your DPS, 2-3k is really kinda meh for Ulduar and if you're stubborn and / or obstinate about taking advice don't be suprised if your spot gets filled with a rookie that IS willing to take that advice. Many times players don't understand the math or the hows-and-whys of full-DPS specs and that lack in output can at times really hurt the overall performance of the raid. Why waste space with a sub-par DPS when you can fill it with someone who knows their rotation and is spec'd for melting faces? Sure, play the game your own way but when you step into a raid it becomes less about you and more about the group.
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