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12-29-2011 @ 9:54AM
I run with friends almost exclusively, but occasionally we'll PUG in a spot. When we do, I pretty much don't care how much DPS they do, as long as they don't do any dumb stuff and aren't rude. For LFR - I just ran an LFR the other day where more than 50% of the DPS was doing less than 15k. We wiped once, and that was due to a lack of agreement on slimes on the Skittles boss. Basically, LFR is more about not doing anything (really) stupid than pouring out uber-DPS.Raids - well, I expect that most people looking for raid spots are going to be particularly concerned with your DPS. Look at a fight like Ultraxion. You have to do a minimum amount of DPS in order to complete the fight. So - if you're going to raid, reviewing logs like this and using it to improve your game is critical. Not just for you - you're a part of a larger group, and you owe it to them to do the best you can. IMO.
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