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1-12-2011 @ 6:22PM
And there's that lovely internet-toughie-douchebag-who-jumps-to-conclusions mentality that leads me to believe you're a fat nerd who sits in your parent's basement and is absolutely lifeless. But that's neither here nor there.You seem to be assuming that I'm lazy and expect the healer to do everything. And I do, because the healer should be good at what they do, which is heal. And the DPS should be good at what they do, which is DPS.I'm not saying that the DPS shouldn't pitch in once in a while: I constantly have my defensive cooldowns blown because the tank can't face the mob the right way, or the ink blot is stacking up too much, or there is an AOE coming that there is not enough time to get out of.But to expect the DPS to remove a useful needed glyph for their particular spec to fix what Blizzard admitted was an "unfortunate" change? That is absolutely ludicrous. You would never expect a healing class to remove a useful and needed healing related glyph and replace it with a purely DPS related glyph, would you? Of course not, that is a stupid idea.
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