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10-14-2009 @ 2:41AM
I think about this issue all the time because it seems unfair both to the player who can't perform and for the players who can.I remember the warlock who would do 800 dps in raids and stood in fires. And how her husband was a great healer.I remember the mage who did 1200 dps in raids, and complained that they weren't getting into raids to get geared. Frost resist head enchant and stam enchants elsewhere.I also remember how hard it was for me to learn all this. My first Kara I caused 2 wipes and dps'd in half blues and greens. My shadow priest was still learning all the fights. A few months later, I kept getting asked to stop dpsing as I was getting over the tanks aggro without vampiric embrace active.I think the most frustrating thing about this game is how Blizzard doesn't tell you how things work. People have to reverse engineer their characters performance to detect how things actually tick. The fact that people have to go outside of Blizzard to learn about how to play WoW kinda annoys me.
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