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5-20-2010 @ 6:35PM
I'm in the same boat: I only learned about it two weeks ago, when a family member pugged into a raid with one of the end-game progression guilds on our server. I installed it, as it provided some useful visual queues in regular encounters (AVRE is the addon) such as painting red circles on the floor in Rotface where the exploded ooze would land. So, it was nice, and I liked it, but I haven't learned to rely on it. Its loss won't diminish my gameplay.That said, I'd like to acknowledge Blizzard for being very sporting in warning us about the mod's impending demise, instead of just springing it on us when the patch hit. This will allow most of us to abandon the mod before it becomes further entrenched in our raids... and for some of us to raid like mad before 3.3.5 hits, so as to get as much use out of AVR as possible before the hammer drops.
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