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7-30-2011 @ 8:58PM
Very true. What is the best spec *for you* is not necessarily the one that outputs the best DPS on the spreadsheet. Noting that a certain spec doesn't work for you isn't saying *the spec* is to blame, but still, the spec doesn't work for you. It *is* to blame in the sense that it doesn't work for you -- it lacks some attribute that you need to do your best. For me, I don't need absolute rigidity by any means, but I do enjoy a good rhythm in my play, and fire's got no rhythm. It's *too* random. The fact that it evens out statistically doesn't matter when the lack of predictability saps away that sense of rhythm you find enjoyable in a good (to you) spec, and lacking that enjoyable feeling, the play suffers and the numbers drop. Who's failing who? The player's not doing as good as possible, but it's features of the spec that are causing that reaction from the player. Either may be fine considered on their own merits, but the combination isn't -- the fit is wrong...
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