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10-06-2010 @ 2:25PM
"Also, I can hear, "But that's the tank's job!" coming from a few of you. Actually, it's not."Thank you so very much.
10-06-2010 @ 3:26PM
Not only is not solely the tanks job, its FUN to toss out an interrupt when you are DPSing or healing. Nailing your rotation and getting big numbers is alright, but watching enemy cast bars and interrupting spells makes dungeon running a much more active experience, trust me its fun.
10-06-2010 @ 11:50PM
Just to agree with Matt, Im going to find it fun to interrupt spells as a paladin. And things like that; silences, purges, spell steals, stuns, I consider THOSE fun CC moves. Not, "Dont do so much as sneeze or you'll break the sap/repent, or we're all dead". There's nothing fun, IMO to stop the flow of the fight because you have to reapply sheep, or watch were you step as not to break fragile CC.
10-07-2010 @ 10:55AM
"There's nothing fun, IMO to stop the flow of the fight because you have to reapply sheep, or watch were you step as not to break fragile CC."I am pretty sure a lot of people would disagree with that assessment of yours.
10-08-2010 @ 3:15AM
I'm gonna assume Teresa, thanks to the "flow of the fight" comment that you didn't play much before Wrath, because that was name of the game up until the AoE button spam fest Wrath became at the end. It was a PART of the fight to do all that CCing.Hell I remember my guild being cautious as hell and going at Wrath's Naxx at the very beginning like it was the old 40 man before we realized as long as the tanks were good at AoE threat, we could just go balls to the wall and nuke the shit out of everything.Its gonna become much more strategic again with needing to position CC's so as to not mess with the objective, and I for one, welcome this reversion.
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