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7-28-2011 @ 3:07PM
You learn new stuff every day. This is a very informative post and one which I hope those on twitter will re-tweet and others will pass on. NB: Pre-potting.
7-28-2011 @ 3:51PM
Definitely pre-potting. I know I've read about it before but it hasn't stuck in my mind for maxing out the DPS. Now that I've got a steady supply of STR pots, I shall remember to do this.
7-28-2011 @ 4:29PM
Lol prepotting, I still hear "5, 4, 3, 2, pre-pot, pull" in my dreams from my guild raids.
7-28-2011 @ 5:38PM
I havent pre-potted since the introduction of vengeance. Tanks dont have enough threat that early in the fight. I have to slow dps even without pre-potting, so that would just be a complete waste of a pot.
7-28-2011 @ 6:20PM
I echo gewalt's comment. For some classes, and some players, pre-potting will get you killed. If you overtake the tank before he has sufficient threat, you'll be wasting a battle rez on an avoidable death.
7-28-2011 @ 7:51PM
It's usually not so bad if you have a hunter/rogue to make sure they get a misdirect/tricks off the start. By the time that threat wears off vengeance will be stacked and threat should be laughable so I still do it.Ret paladins are the only ones I see still have issues with it, but if they use Salv they're fine.
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