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2-27-2012 @ 1:21PM
All I can say is.......booo hooo. So you have to do something else that isn't just mashing buttons. Healers, Tanks, and hybrids have made sacrifices every tier for the sake of the raid. It's nice to have pures being more team players than they're used to. Keep it coming.
2-27-2012 @ 1:31PM
I didn't see any complaining about the added responsibility pure dps was given in the article above. In fact she was ok with it.
2-27-2012 @ 1:43PM
Anne wants to point out that, if this path continues, people should start expecting DPS to build secondary sets of gear. Because right now a Pure DPS asking for more gear is likely to result in a fist fight...even though it's a legit request.
2-27-2012 @ 1:49PM
All I can say is... you're an idiot.Insults aside, our guild doesn't allow "offspec" rolls for our EPGP system... And for a good reason. While offspec gear is handed out for free, any DPS that does that is expected to give a very convincing reasoning behind it, and I'm not sure if the "I predict doomsday scenarios to my class very soon" is a good enough one at that.
2-27-2012 @ 2:26PM
All I can say is....WOBBLE BABY WOBBLE BABY WOBBLE BABY!God, someone get that song out of my head, before I do something rash.
2-27-2012 @ 2:37PM
2-27-2012 @ 3:28PM
In the age of 10mans, offspecs are essential. Being flexible and ready to play any spec you're asked to makes a huge difference. Chances are if you're really going to be willing to sit out on a progression kill because you don't want to do DPS Spec A over DPS Spec B, you shouldn't be doing progression.
2-27-2012 @ 4:06PM
You're still missing the point. You're also drawing fire away from your first statement, which also missed the point.
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