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2-15-2010 @ 12:34AM
I'm not so sure about that, either. Gear upgrades are great for everyone for the same reason. But DPS rotations will change as a result of it. Before ToC25 gear, rogues had rupture in their rotation. Now they don't because it scales terribly.I can get the idea behind pulling off some miraculous, raid-saving feat, but I have to disagree there, too. As a healer, our "moment to shine" is when the deadline is about to be met; someone (or many) is going to die. The perilous mission, should you choose to accept it? Bring them all back up to full. Raid saved, healers get huge praise for pulling it off. Hurray.DPS, on the other hand, have the same moment. However, their moment to shine is usually when the healers didn't; there isn't enough DPS alive to kill the boss before the berserk timer. They've got to hit harder, they've got to hit faster, they've got to get this one in at the last second. When they do, thats their feat. Or maybe both tanks are dead and the DPS is falling one by one with the boss at 1% health, and they're on the last attempt (pre-nerf) for the fight. Or if you're one of the unlucky ones to have a healing spec possible, start offhealing when a healer drops.
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