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5-21-2010 @ 12:41AM
@ Snuzzle"I never understood why there are so many encounters where you need to be distance x or y away from another player or from point z, but we have no way to measure that."The reason is simple actually. When was the last time yous stepped outside your home and saw a big yellow circle hovering around a dormant sprinkler, telling you how far the water is going to go, should it start while you walk by? How about in a first person shooter? I don't think I have ever seen a grenade thrown my way tell me whether or not I am at a safe distance or if I am going to have an express trip to a spawn point.I can understand blizz showing you has a player the radius of an aoe you are about to cast, but surely not that of your enemy's. As to the area covered by your totems, it should be up to the player to know whether or not they are recieving your buff. If they can't figure that out for themselves, then you probably shouldn't be taking them to your raids in the first place.
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