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9-08-2011 @ 3:37PM
I personally haven't ever run with tanks so oblivious as to not even know their party members are dead, but that could be that I mostly tank in PuGs.As a raid leader, raid frames are a permanent part of my UI. I've found that it's extremely beneficial to have raid frames showing as a tank so that you can not only see when someone has died, you can see when they have aggro, making it a lot easier to pick up any adds that got away or extra mobs that were facepulled.(Also useful, in my case, for a quick battle rez =P.)
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