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10-19-2009 @ 11:49AM
Do any other healers notice Warriors dying like they are clothies all the time now since this whirlwind craze?
10-19-2009 @ 12:08PM
It's not a craze. It's the best thing they have as part of their rotation, and even then, it's sub par when compared to other classes. They simply have nothing that will do better, it's the best tool in their toolbox, and still, their dps is sub-par.And the reason they're dying is because they're pulling aggro from that extra damage they have to do to those extra targets so they can look like they're pulling their own weight on the damage meters and justify their raid slot. It's not their fault. If anything, I blame bad mechanics and the game community's frothing insistence on Recount being a litmus test for usefulness to the group.
10-19-2009 @ 1:00PM
So its Blizz's fault they are pulling aggro on trash where dps is irrelevent? Really guys, you need to buy a clue. Nobody is going to drop you as a warrior because your trash dps is low. Nobody cares about trash. What people care about is decent (average) dps, buffs, staying alive, being a good person, being a good player, etc. Most RLs i know don't look at dps warriors and say 'good this guy sucks'. No, its the guy who pulls aggro, stands in fire, and holds up the raid with stupid things, or is a tool otherwise, those are the guys who get removed from raids. Not because your dps as a class isn't as great as some other class.
10-19-2009 @ 4:54PM
Why don't warriors have a threat dump like pallies, mages, etc?
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