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6-08-2010 @ 9:45PM
@ BB CrispYou are being too emotional. Is it PMS? New raids are all about calculation and timing and placing. Every single bit of end-game stuff in WoW is calculation. What stat how much with what talents and what buffs. everything in WoW is calculations. I'm very surprised you did not realize it yet. The functionality of DBM is essential for the success of a high end raid. Just imagine doing an ICC boss fight without DBM. Its similar to a blind jumping on to a high speed race track. Even for a fight like Rotface where you dont have much use of DBM imo, you will be amazed how many ppl will stand there at the boss with ooze hitting them like crazy. I have a big screen with a big resolution to play WoW so i see most of the room very clearly. But not everyone has it. and they cant most of the time see a small green bubble hitting them from behind while trying to keep up a complex rotation to max out DPS. So , no offense but just back off. If you want to enjoy mutual feelings rather than calculation, timing and placement, I suggest you go find another game. something a 10 year old can play.DBM is good. Non intrusive but informative. I think many people will be with me than against me. I dont think anyone would want to do a one boss in ICC for the whole week with 100 wipes.
6-08-2010 @ 10:07PM
also, I believe in RL screaming his guts out when someone is on fire. lol Its kinda fun for me but I dot think its for him. So pls use Eyes and ears. I never had to use avr.... i never wanted to becz i am not that stupid. its like drawing X marks on the floor to teach you how to walk. lolaltho, DBM is pretty good. For example, it lets you knw how many stacks of debuff u have. For healers its specially useful even in simple situations like those big skelly things in icc first trash lot. lets say, heals didnt knw when to jump (thrs no way to know it by jst watching the screen) they wont be healing anyone for a while. and you all be very dead at the first trash in icc even b4 you start the bosses. :P
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