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11-02-2010 @ 2:48PM
@Recount Damage meters are for people that don't own in real life. Close the window -- kill and heal -- it's pixels, people.Tell that to BQL and Festergut when your group is under the dps budget--them pxls'll kill ya. Is you group under dps budget because melee is getting hit by malleable goo? Recount is just a tool. It's all in how you use it.
11-02-2010 @ 3:12PM
I don't use Recount as an epeen measure--I only post results if a friend and I are single-digits apart in dps or total damage as a curiosity, or to friends in a private chat channel if there's a particularly good (or particularly awful) Dungeon Finder group. But mostly what I use it for is to gauge my own performance against others in the group to become a better player. My guild's raid time is earlier than I can get home from work, so I only get into ICC every other week or so. With infrequent appearances and less than top-flight gear, it's a useful tool to see how I compare with the everyday raiders and which rotation is working better for me.
11-02-2010 @ 11:10PM
Last time I did a round of interface clutterbusting, it occurred to me that I hadn't clicked the Report button in Recount in months. So I hid it--one less useless little icon on my screen.
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