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1-04-2012 @ 8:22PM
When Gladius works, it is the greatest Arena add-on EVER! But for me, it would conk out every few weeks, for no particular reason. I would enter that first Arena of the night, check the Galdius frames, and they wouldn't be there. I would then have to fight the battle without them. After the battle, I would have to have my team wait while I exited the game, reinstalled Gladius, and reconfigured it. Maybe it was just me, and if your experience is different, keep using Galdius as often as possible. But just to be on the safe side, I'd reccommend having a backup ready just in case. I have found that the SUF Arena frames are good, and you can use MSBT to announce the use of trinkets and other abilities. It won't announce to the whole group, but it will announce it to you, and you can tell your group over vent, which is better than nothing.Healers Have to Die is my new favorite BG add-on. I love getting into an AV bottleneck, with 25 enemies staring me in the face, and being able to tell at a glance who to target first. If you are new to PvP, especially BG's, and are sick of seeing all the "L2P, Noob!" type of garbage in BG chat, get HHtD and look like a pro. No matter what is happening, if you're the player targeting the enemy healer, you are doing the right thing. As long as you're targeting him at the f'ing flag, and not in the roads!!!! :-)Great article, Olivia. I am anxious to try Smart Targeting, because accidentally targeting the pet instead of the Hunter is the most annoying thing ever! Plus, I am sort of an add-on/UI junkie, so anything new on that front is always pretty exciting for me.
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