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10-22-2010 @ 11:24AM
It's habit mostly, I think. As mentioned, we have been trained by YEARS of previous gameplay that big circles of stuff on the floor=bad for somebody. And most of the times in raids that means bad for the player. It's become part of our gaming consciousness to have people screaming at you about staying out of the die, so when we see effects we don't know about, our first instinct is to run out of it. This is especially true when it comes to ranged I think, because at least melee has had some time to get used to seeing things like Consecration and Death and Decay thrown down by tanks. so they're more used to the idea of good circles/bad circles.Mostly it will just take time for people to adjust once again, and multiple reminders. Though I'm sure just as there are some people who could never get the idea of 'standing in fire/void fields/not moving during flame wreath' exist, there will be people who run out of healing circles every time, no matter how much they are yelled at.
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