To be fair, he used HOTW on Vizier (12.5 percent of the fight), which could account for harmony falling of for a very long period. So that is not surprising.
On Bladelord, there can be a bit of down-time in tornadoes and running down the hall. You would be surprised how quickly your % will drop on fights with down-time.
And crushes on Garalon can throw of your timing as well. Just under 90% is not the end of the world. He did have 99.3% on LB there...
As for spell selection, i can't disagree there, WG needs to be our focus right now. Perfecting its usage is key, especially on a fight like garalon.
Anyway, just cutting him some slack, I think over-analyzing logs can be bad without context. He could have been on a specific assignment etc.. And is this what we have come to, attacking others logs?
You already have said you see issues with druids in 25-man, so what are you really adding by attacking his logs?
Yeah there are times in these fights where harmony can fall, hence why I wanted to check mine out just to see what kind of timeframe we're working with but I wasn't able to.
It's not even an "over-analyzation" of logs... I just looked quickly and found that his WG healing done was extremely low, he didn't make full use of Innervates, he did not use tranq, incarnation, or harmony to their fullest, yet comes into the thread preaching one thing based off his speculation of playing the class/spec. And you think it's an "attack" to see if what they're doing, what they're speculating on, is the right way?
Well, excuse me, but if someone comes into a thread telling others the things that he's said, I'm going to do the smart thing and check out how things are working for that person. If their way is actually the right way. There's nothing wrong about that. And what I found was a pretty glaring issue.
Let's not get into a "why are you attacking his logs" fight, you should be able to know why they're being looked at in the first place.