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5-24-2010 @ 5:33PM
I was usually never a contender for one of the very top spots on the DPS list in our guild, so I didn't have to worry about threat all that much myself outside of any threat-manipulating mechanics in specific fights (or really, really lucky strings of big crits when I used to spec destro). So when I decided to make a permanent switch to rDPS demo (if I can't DPS with the best of them, why not make the best of them DPS better, right?) I disabled Omen because I just didn't need it anymore. The built-in threat meter works well enough to give me a general idea of where I sit for threat now, and only ever turns red if an add happens to be attracted to me for some reason (soul fire crits come to mind).
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