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2-01-2012 @ 7:36PM
So.. My priest is a healer. I put bubbles on things and generally don't care about DPS unless the group isn't meeting an enrage timer. But.... there are time when I'm called to go DPS and it's not even the fun DPS that happens when you attonement heal. Like one day we had troubles with Alysrazor flyers in a pug. Mage goes up... mage goes splat. Mage gets rez'd, mage goes up, mage goes splat. We look at the hunter... and he's quakin' in his boots in the corner complaining about not being able to fly and his poor pet not being able to dps. So, I ninja change specs on attempt 3-ish, load up the ole facemelter and match the button to the picture it says and do average ho-hum dps in with my mastery-stacked gear, 20-something percent hit, and that wonderful set bonus that gives even more mana-regen when I PoM. We go up, mage goes splat, I pretend to be Sonic the Hedgehog and birdbrainboss dies a slow slow death. http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/facemelterYes, I know people hate these rotation addons for various reasons, but they're good for off-spec'ers and newbies to use as training wheels.
2-01-2012 @ 7:46PM
Damn it, I just posted about Facemelter, and my post got lost in the ether. XD
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