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12-27-2009 @ 12:20AM
I find it interesting that you mention DPS as relaxing, I mainly play DPS characters, and for me DPS is pretty taxing. I'm constantly trying to maximize DPS, damage done, throwing around any beneficial effects I have while trying to slice my CDs as sharp as I can and trying new rotations. I will sometimes do the opposite and swap over to a tanking or healing role to relax. In tanking there are no cold numbers to judge yourself by, if you kept aggro and downed the pull, you won; it is also remarkably freeing to be the one that is supposed to be aggroing everything. Healing is also the same for me, if everyone is standing after each pull, gg; plus you don't have to worry about alignment or hitting things, you stand in the back while the entire group protects you. I guess it's just what you're used to. If you are a DPSer, you can stress over DPS, if you're a tank, you can stress over tanking, if a healer, healing.
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