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10-06-2011 @ 7:09PM
Yes GTFO has saved my life many times. I would recommend everyone get it -especially DPS - it will make your healer happy ;-)
10-07-2011 @ 6:43AM
I must ask, is it better than DBM? I use DBM to mostly yell at me to get out of bad stuff, so I wasn't too sure how GTFO would be any different or perhaps more useful. Any input from people who perhaps have used both?
10-07-2011 @ 8:56AM
DBM often tells you "bad stuff is coming" based on boss casting or a timer etc. without always telling you "you are standing in bad stuff right now" (sometimes DBM does, not always).GTFO will not say "it's coming," but will always tell you "you are in bad stuff right now."
10-07-2011 @ 9:00AM
I use GTFO and DBM together. GTFO only warns you if you stand in something dangerous. DBM has all the other warnings plus timers etc etc. They aren't really for the same thing, but together it's a powerful pair :)
10-07-2011 @ 10:45AM
I will also add that GTFO has the advantage that it will warn you about standing in the dumb in PvP as well.
10-07-2011 @ 1:57PM
I find that if you tell people in PUGs "Have you ever considered GTFO?" you will get a hostile reaction (until you explain further) :P
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