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2-05-2011 @ 10:56AM
I've had guildies who obsess over sims and sheets so much that the theoretical 500 dps increase they got by spending thousands of gold to tweak gems and enchants is offset by bad reaction time and poor situational awareness.Most people who would even consider simming anything already know the important aspects of their class, and generally aren't going to embarrass themselves. At this level of player, overall DPS is going to have a lot more to do with knowing the fights in and out, knowing your class extremely well in practice, and just playing a lot. With limited time in the day, I just feel it's better spent improving in-game rather than inputing figures into a spreadsheet. I'm not saying sims are bad, if you have the time then go for it and you will improve even more. Just that if you have to choose between the two, unless you're utterly clueless about rotation and which stats are important to you, in game practice is probably more useful in the long run.
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