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Article Neutrality Edit

The text reads: --- "Much as Priests must avoid the temptation to Nuke" ---

Shouldn't that be changed to read "Main Healer" instead of "Priests"? The word "Priests" include all priests including dps specced Shadow Priests. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Early Gray (talk · contr).

Please sign your posts with ~~~~ so we know who's speaking! I agree, there should be neutrality in these article. I'll go through the entire breadcrumb and see if there's anything else that is too class bias. <Kiltek> blah / spam 04:23, 4 April 2007 (EDT)

I'm going to risk sounding like a n00b, but... how does getting hit by a mob help the Tank hold aggro? (discounting the Rage generation for Warriors and Bear Forms; Paladins Tank just as much as Warriors and Druids, and they don't use Rage)

  • I know that abilities like Thorns cause damage (and, therefore, threat) when a mob attacks the buffed person, but how does taking damage WITHOUT having these buffs cause threat? Felindre
    • A tank warriors main rage source is damage taken. Rage is used for offensive abilities that gain aggro. Tankard (talk) 15:37, 24 July 2008 (UTC)
  • Pets that have their taunting powers left on auto-cast will likely be close to the Tank in threat, so shouldn't the PET be the one most likely to get hit by any attacks that get pulled off the Tank? Felindre

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