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8-07-2009 @ 4:41PM
The spacing in learning new moves is what's important. Sure, you don't learn exactly what to do in raid, but you understand the mechanics and/or gimmicks on some of your moves. Try making a premade of a different class on a PTR. You can read elitist jerks all you want, but you'll still be a bit shaky when it comes to actually trying to attack the dummy.For example, leveling as a hunter, when you get feign death at level 30, you aren't overwhelmed because you only have that and a couple other moves to worry about. You get the "feel" for that move, knowing whether you have to stay down, when it will get resisted, and so on. This isn't a big deal when it comes to raiding, sure, but the better you know your abilities, the better you are. Even if it is something indirect like a split second of hesitation because you don't have the feel of your moves, it will hurt your DPS.
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