Seramir wrote: I know that there is already an add-on for gearscore in wow but it is not the gearscore from here
Would someone be able to make an add-on that uses wow-heroes gearscore in game to save the tabbing out to check hundreds of people for a raid?
Galarandia, Gnomeregan, Alliance
Why are you tabbing out to check gear scores? That is not a good way of determining whether or not someone is capable of keeping up with the rest of your raid. Perhaps you should start checking their wow armory page instead, so that you don't have a bunch of people in your raid with high gear scores, but can't stay out of fire? Gear score can have a use, but it is *never* a good tool in determining whether or not a player should be allowed into your raid.
This new dependence on gear score is absolutely sickening. If you are a raid leader, take the time to learn about the other classes. Learn about the gear they should be using, the stats they should be stacking, and how to check their achievements, so that you can accurately determine whether or not they are capable of performing as needed. One silly number(gear score) is NOT in any way a good measure of a person's ability to make your raid successful.
To the wow-heroes admin that will likely be deleting this post: Please, please please stop this ridiculous charade you have going! We both know that gear score has become a plague that is destroying this game! It is allowing people to become reliant on a single number, a number that does not really mean anything, aside from the fact that a player has certain iLevel gear, enchants, and gems. This does not make a player, and I am sick and tired of seeing people posting gear score requirements to join a raid. It is ridiculous, and has gone TOO FAR. Players should be learning how to determine a character's true worth, by actually checking their choice of gear(not just ilevel; checking for APPROPRIATE gear for their class/spec), checking for the CORRECT gems(not just high quality), and correct enchants. Please do the responsible thing, and stop providing this misleading, and harmful "service".