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12-13-2010 @ 8:17AM
It's really hard as dps to stand out. Since, unfortunately, you are a dime a dozen. What's worse is a tank. If you are a tank that wants to raid you are usually the GL or the guy who is older than dirt and shows up to every raid. Very hard to break in as a new tank, since if you screw up you wipe the raid. My main for all of wraith was a healer and I got to do whatever I wanted essentially. Never had much trouble finding PUGs or what not, which is good, since until the very end I was never in guild runs. My hunter was my main for BC, and I had a great very skilled guild. Unfortunately I never really shined and when it came time to part ways I don't think anyone really shed a tear. I guess my point is that the bar is unfortunately much much higher for dps to really shine, and you just have to know that a better guy is right around the corner.
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