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12-16-2010 @ 6:33PM
So saving the windshear for the interrupt is a bad thing is what your saying....so I can just get yelled at by a tank for not having it when its needed?
12-16-2010 @ 7:44PM
yes. that is exactly what everyone here has said. even ghostcrawler himself is thinking that, and even thinking about YOU while he wrote this article. please list your toon name so i can drop group if i ever end up a pug with you in it.
12-17-2010 @ 9:17AM
"So saving the windshear for the interrupt is a bad thing is what your saying....so I can just get yelled at by a tank for not having it when its needed?"Of course not. On fights where interrupts are needed, it's very, very obvious, and if the tank and/or leader didn't ask for one in advance then it's their fault at least as much as yours, and most tanks can take care of it themselves if they want. If tanks need help interrupting some 50k damage spike, reasonable ones will ask for it, not blame you for not reading their mind. So on most PvE fights, interrupts aren't needed and your Wind Shear is much better used when threat is too high than being saved for some 10k fireball. Saving the Wind Shear for the interrupt makes sense on General Vezaxx, Moorabi, those trash mobs in Vortex Pinnacle with two healers... and I can't think of anyone else newer than Kael'thas. Some bosses in Cataclysm instances I haven't encountered yet, maybe? I don't know.
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