Away From Reality

August 7, 2010

AFR #92 – Very common ground

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , — wowafr @ 9:47 AM

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I play both a healer and a tank, and no, I don’t actually hate the dps.  I love my dps.  They kill things so that they stop beating me up or beating up the people I have to heal.  Now, dps who brag about their numbers– that’s a different story.

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  1. this is so true… more so in wow classic and (from what they say) cata. I know I took for granted what it was to tank/heal until I did them.

    but yeah, those dpsers really caused lots of anguish when they refused to watch aggro. what the tank/healer heard when the dps said “I crit this big” was really “The aggro I made was this big”

    Comment by Coffinshaker — August 9, 2010 @ 12:15 PM

  2. Having played all three, I can safely say that tanks are equally as epeen-heavy when it comes to discussions of Effective Health.

    Damn be you if you happen to be the one tank who goes against the grain and simply just SAYS the word Avoidance (in any context).

    I understand the concept of Effective Health, but the levels some go to either stack it or expound its values…*shudders*.

    The only one not touched by the epeen is prolly Healers, thank gawd. But then again, one day, it’ll happen.

    Comment by Sam — August 9, 2010 @ 8:45 PM


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