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5-13-2011 @ 11:42PM
That's why you run them for your reference.You don't necessarily run them in order to be the top of the meters and jerk your epeen all over your raid. If something has happened, Recount/the combat log can help you determine why. When the fight is done -- and only when it's done -- should you be looking at DPS and then clicking on your name to see your Rupture uptime, for example. But focusing on your meter at the expense of situational awareness, and choosing only to enter a raid or accept players who can do so many DPS, is, overall, detrimental to a raid. People can't learn unless they try, and there are more factors to raid success than how much damage you can crank out.I mean, if you want to min-max and bleed edge a la Paragon or Ensidia, that's your right and you can play accordingly. However, it's not an absolute requirement for success, and the average person really ought to not worry so hard about sheer numbers output.There's more to raiding than just that. I think that's what Mr Gray was going for.
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