Sometimes It’s Just Right

Ladies and gentlemen, last night was a good night.

Sometimes you don’t have good oozes. Sometimes you don’t have your normal healers or the purple debuff stacks a little to high. Sometimes tanks die. Sometimes adds overwhelm the raid or you stand in the Searing Blood or you don’t kill the Mana Void near the healers or you stack up when you’re supposed to spread out.

Sometimes you don’t have the dps. Sometimes button-pushing is hard. Sometimes Fading Light only gives you a three second warning or you aren’t paying attention to the Hour of Twilight castbar or someone forgets to soak and the raid erupts. Sometimes you try to push dps to the last second. Sometimes computers lag. Sometimes tanks die.

And then sometimes–sometimes it’s all just right.

You have the people you’re supposed to have.  Everyone heals what they’re supposed to heal and bites their fingers to keep from healing past four stacks. Everyone dpses what they’re supposed to dps and doesn’t try to pad the meters too much. Everyone stacks when they need to stack and spreads out when they need to spread out and switches targets when they’re supposed to switch targets.

Sometimes everyone pushes the button at the right time and tanks survive and we have an extra battle rez. Everyone pre-pots and uses their cooldowns and pushes the meter just enough. Everyone who is supposed to stay out stays out and no one erupts. Sometimes the healers switch through their healing cooldowns perfectly and everyone m0re-or-less lives–everyone except the boss, that is.

And sometimes, on those nights, these things happen:

Job well done last night, guys. Grats to us!

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4 responses to “Sometimes It’s Just Right

  1. I missed that you were back with CCT – congrats on the kills!

  2. Boomslang

    Went to bed last night a very happy RL and GM. We needed that.

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