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1-05-2010 @ 12:54AM
WTB a scoring system to decide who gets into H-HoR that's based off of how often you use your interrupts and dispels, how often you use your CCs, how often you peel off the tank, how often you throw up a heal as a DPS or a tank, how often you snatch a mob back from a healer or a squishy DPS as a tank or a plate DPS...
1-05-2010 @ 1:09AM
Being deep demo, my interrupts and dispels are on my other pet. -_-I do have my Felguard toss some clutch Intercepts from time to time, though. XD
1-05-2010 @ 1:46AM
It'll never happen people rather sit and spam their gearscores for groups, or want to see a achievement for something that just was added that night, than for people to have actual knowledge of their classes.A friend told me this of someone they've run groups with, they id'ed this persons weapon and wondered why would they have cinderglacier instead of fallen crusader on a 2H. the person goes whats the mats for that enchant? sigh.....
1-05-2010 @ 1:19PM
Or perhaps a system based on dungeon/raid boss kill to dungeon/raid death ratio and some form of mechanic that tells you how many times your character has died in fire, void-zones etc.Something like that would be MUCH better than something that gives you a score based on the iLevel of your gear but doesn't take enchant choice or gem choice into account - or even whether you HAVE enchanted or gemmed it!
1-05-2010 @ 6:28PM
@Bigmu:Honestly, I'd even be happy with a "you must have completed at least X Heroic WotLK dungeons on this character to enter" restriction. Experience doesn't guarantee improvement, but at least it gives you a better indication that somebody has spent SOME time learning how to play their character at max level.
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