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10-22-2009 @ 6:51PM
When someone asks me what my DPS is (or, now that I'm a healer, what my HPS is), I don't join that raid. Being obsessed with DPS meters is usually the sign of bad and/or uncooperative players. Many players are obsessed with making bad decisions in the hopes of maxing out their DPS meters so their e-peen increases. The number of times I've wiped, had the PUG ask why all those mobs were pulled, and then had the reply "Dude, for the DPS!" makes me cry.Worse is when people use them under 80. I was in ZF last night and someone kept demanding a recount after every boss encounter. It's like... /facepalmAion was a steaming sack of shit, but the ONE good thing about it was that you couldn't use add-ons, which meant that you didn't have this kind of shit going on.
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