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4-21-2010 @ 1:26AM
Angry person:Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but you could be the better person and be respectful about your disagreement.And as far as Bloodlust on Putricide, my raid *always* waits until 20-25% for Bloodlust. There is no significant benefit to be had from blowing it early in this particular encounter, and saving it for later means that the healers have the extra haste while the entire raid is receiving intense damage from 3+ stacks on the tanks.If you call the 6th stack a wipe (as most raids I know who run 3 healers do), then you've got about 100 seconds to beat him. Which means that waiting 40-50 seconds for Bloodlust is hardly unreasonable. When we blow BL at 25% it usually falls off about 5 seconds before we down him.There's no reason not to save cooldowns for a bit. If a DPS dies in the first 50 seconds of phase 3, it's probably going to be a wipe anyway for most groups. There is no reason not to play your strategy for a fight like Putricide phase 3 to assume that everyone will still be alive after 40-50 seconds.
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