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9-17-2011 @ 12:25AM
@DiateniumAgreed x infinity.I can't tell you how many dedicated raiders I've seen scoff at PvP, dancing around in tier gear, standing in fire, yelling, "where is Dave," only to find Dave's not here man...I've seen those same raiders scoff at new recruits who are battle hardened veterans of the PvP side of things, expecting them to be complete scrubs in "welfare epics" only to find out that they know what's going on better than Mr. I-only-leave-Orgrimmar-if-I-get-a-raid-summon.Fact is, any team can down a boss, all it takes is finding 10 or 25 people that can memorize where to stand and where not to stand (or at least listen when DBM is screaming at them), when to pop cool downs and when not to. End game raiding is static when it's done right. PvP is dynamic and prepares you for those times when your raid team can't manage to remember what they're supposed to do next. And yes, as a Healer I'm basically saying the most difficult part of raiding is sometimes the other people on your team, not the Boss itself.
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