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12-07-2009 @ 5:56PM
Dual-specs just create a different sort of problem, unfortunately. I've had many, many times where my raid nights start out like this:"Hal, you're tanking. Wait, we don't have enough healers. Hal, you're healing. We'll get the warrior/DK/druid to switch to tank, and then we'll just grab another DPS."Then later:"Okay, tank gear dropped! Roll! . . . Hey, Hal, you can't roll on this, you're healing."If your only concern is getting invited to the raid, then dual-specs solve that problem. If your goal is to get the experience and gear you need to bring you into the next tier of content, well, dual-specs can sometimes work against you.
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