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1-27-2010 @ 7:14PM
Ill stop posting healing meters right as soon as dps stops posting epeen boosting dps meters.
1-27-2010 @ 7:20PM
Our MTs response to people who post dps meters is to post the damage taken numbers as an immediate follow up. Inevitably the kind of people who feel the need to crow about their dps are also the people who don't get out of avoidable damage, and it's a little deflating for the ol' epeen to have everyone else in the group laughing at you...
1-27-2010 @ 7:21PM
In the guild I run with, we very strongly frown on meter posting. We will do it in the relative privacy of officer chat as a diagnostic, and encourage everyone to run their own meters. But if someone posts a meter unasked, it usually receives a pretty chilly reception.It's about the group, not your personal damage done.
1-28-2010 @ 12:27AM
Which addon are you using that has the "perfect heals on the right people at the right time" meter?Oh, there isn't one? Then you shouldn't be linking any meters. They make you look like a terribad kid. TBK, you should be called.
1-28-2010 @ 9:32AM
In the guild I run with, nobody ever posts DPS meters. There's absolutely no reason to. The raid leader has the parse up on WorldOfLogs within half an hour of the raid being done. And it's more accurate and more useful than a text spam of recount in /ra chat.Side note, it boggles my mind when people post their DPS meters when they're doing poorly too. Last night in a random, the hunter in the group posted the DPS meter after each boss fight, and he was in fourth place, ahead of the healer, below the tank. I couldn't figure out why he would want to hilight his own poor performance.
1-28-2010 @ 11:10AM
My standard response to inane meter posting is to post the recount logs for the same period for either interrupts or dispels.
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