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1-06-2010 @ 10:57AM
It's nice to see an overhead breakdown of what dps should be doing... I feel a bit more confident that a bunch of previous losses weren't my (healer's) fault after all.The two key points seem to be (i) who you're attacking is most important, but (ii) always be attacking something, or you're a waste. As a 3v3 healer, I can say that forcing me to pay attention to two targets at once (whether or not one is myself) takes a good amount of control away from our side. I guess this is what you call pressure.I also get the feel from the last couple articles that one team is always in 'offensive' or 'defensive' mode. Changing up the flow by the dps switching targets seems to be the only way to switch this.Just make sure you eventually teach me how to use the pillars correctly.And P.S. - Huge Miles fan, and a huge Pumpkins fan too.
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