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9-01-2010 @ 4:09PM
Unfortunately, all of your suggestions for putting more accountability on the people who make mistakes will do nothing but cause people to blame healers more. You're argument contains an inherent contradiction: unless you believe it's always the healer's fault now, you admit that people are already blaming healers for their failures unjustly. Why would they suddenly become more rational and just if you added these mechanics? Your suggestion does nothing but increase opportunity for people to blame healers unjustly -- they won't suddenly come to their senses and accept responsibility when they're already disinclined to."Healing will not be fun as long as a dps can stand in fire and then scream like a petulant child..."Then it will never be fun. There is no possible change you can make to the game, short of disabling chat, that will prevent that.
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