Thursday, December 11, 2008

You Better Believe, Daddy's Back

I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin......

Breaking 4K DPS

Q: Is being on top of the meters important?

A: Absolutely not. It takes a team to kill a boss, and we succeed and wipe as a unit. Either we all loot the boss, or nobody loots the boss. And anyways, being on top is likely the result of the RNG smiling on me and giving Princess Vespa a little nudge in the crit department. Hey, maybe they should nerf us?

Q: When you actively develop an improvement plan and work at progressing the plan daily, is feedback important?

A: You bet your bippy. Its a long-standing joke in my corner of the blogosphere that winning at WWS is King. Not at all. But using a tool like WWS to get feedback on the effectiveness of your improvement plan is simply splendid.

Q: In an environment where the officers have flat out said "As we see gear quality level out, low DPS will be replaced", does your position on winning WWS change?

A: No, winning WWS doesn't become more important, however illustrating that you can (A) develop a plan and (B) show clear results that the plan works becomes the new King.

Q: While palin' (sp?) in comparison to the joy of the success as a team, how does it feel being on top?

A: So. Ego. Strokingly. Good.

I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin.


Ess said...

Hehe, that is awesome. Grats! :D Even though it's not a DPS/WWS race ultimately, I agree that it feels -damn- good to see yourself at the top of that list.

It's been really fun to watch you go through this process, settling in and gearing up on this new server, with this new guild, and getting deeper into raiding. I'm living vicariously through your blog... :)

Loronar said...

I agree with Ess. It seems like you're enjoying yourself. :)

Though I'm saddened to see that you had to change your name to Amiva when you transferred to Ner'zhul. :(