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2-12-2012 @ 9:02PM
I'm a healer but not a Paladin and I appreciate this as a good template for all healers and raid leaders to use to gauge performance without relying solely on HPS. This is a process of actually evaluating encounters and performance, not just saying "ooh big numbers". I think you and either Tyler or Matt Low should collaborate on a series of evaluation articles based on just this kind of analysis for all roles and classes. Because you can definitely apply this to DPS and Tanks just as easily.I'm also wondering just how many new players Blizzard would actually have if the box had a warning label."Warning, to experience all game content you will need access to spread sheets and graphs."
2-12-2012 @ 9:16PM
"I'm also wondering just how many new players Blizzard would actually have if the box had a warning label."Warning, to experience all game content you will need access to spread sheets and graphs."".....and it doesn't already? I think that's why Blzzard invented the LFR. No really...that's why they did it.
2-12-2012 @ 9:42PM
Ayne,Agreed. And it's for the better if you ask me.
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