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4-01-2011 @ 4:30PM
This could even be mentioned for hunters, in regards to when it's ok to FD...if a boss has roughly 7% left, it's a hard decision...
4-01-2011 @ 4:43PM
As a hunter, you shouldn't be deciding to use your FD on your own, it should be 'when the raid leader tells to wipe'. You should be giving it your all until that point, there's been times when if I did that, we'd have not made a boss kill as my being one of the top two dps (and the two left alive with a healer) have killed off something. One of our Sinestra kills was this way, priest, UH DK and me SV. Most of the time I suck it up and die with everyone else too.
4-01-2011 @ 7:47PM
On most Cata raid bosses, you'll die anyway even if you feign, so don't bother saving it to avoid having to run back. Unless you've been feigning pretty often throughout the fight, you'll be pretty high on threat. So, if the tank dies, you'll be one of the first the boss is coming after. When you feign, by the time the boss kills the rest of the dps and heals, chances are there will be some fire dropped right where you are, some big AoE, etc. Here and there you can get away with it, but in general it's more honorable to die with your team and run back with them anyway. You get restarted faster that way too, because your Aspect of the Pack helps the rest of them run back faster.
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