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7-21-2011 @ 7:16PM
I think what I'm most excited about is the potential for raid leaders to help best identify solutions for all their raid members. Imagine if once the API is fully opened up, you were able to throw together your raid members' names, and find out:- Optimal reforges for all your raid members- Which bosses/raids offer the best gear upgrades for your raid overall- Who needs what enchants, and who in your guild could get you those materialsRight now, you could crawl over your entire group's Armory pages and do an awful lot of legwork yourself to determine this info, but being able to automatically decide what's the most beneficial to your entire raid team would be amazing!
7-21-2011 @ 8:38PM
Sounds a bit Big Brother esque for meRL: Guildie #1, great job. Guildie #2. Seems youre character was plotting to go join a pug instead of going to our glorious leaders raid. How about you join me for some re-education. Shall we?On topic: sounds like a great idea, as the most optimal upgrade is sure to provide the benefit on paper, but its still mostly up to the RL or GL on whose going to use the upgrade to its fullest potential.
7-21-2011 @ 10:47PM
Honestly in this it seems that it'll feed the lazy raider syndrome even more, and put more pressure on the raid leaders to 'make sure' their raiders are doing things 'right'. Not that it's not a good idea to be able to check on things, but raiders are lazy enough as it is! :)
7-21-2011 @ 10:49PM
@adminYeah, I suppose. But let's say you're want to gear some folks up - being able to tell whether to run BoT or BWD based on everybody's current gear...It'd be pretty nice.
7-22-2011 @ 2:33PM
Probably something like an "askmrrobot" tool but for your raid group, sounds like a great idea.Although, I disagree with some of its reforge suggestions. An item with Haste, reforge it to Mastery, then another item with Mastery, reforge that to Haste. ummm, *puppy dog tilted head look*I find the askmrrobot site tool, World of Warcraft Gear Optimizer, highly useful.
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