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5-16-2011 @ 8:58AM
Well, the problem is that researching theorycrafting, trying to do a perfect rotation and min-maxing your gear is actually a big part of the fun for some people! (like me)Don't tell us we shouldn't do that.And let's face it, you have to do at least some of that if you are into progression raiding... Maybe not as much as someone who actually likes it, but some. It's at least embarrassing to see a player with inadequate gems of using an ability they shouldn't in spec X if he/she is in a progression raid.And yes, people do care about your DPS, as well they should. Higher DPS means less stress on healers, for one.I agree with Lipstick though. Most of what I said applies to people who are into progression raiding, but that doesn't mean it's required of every one who steps into a raid. People are different and their notion of fun even withing this game is different. One must respect that.
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