Things I've learned in 15 Years of WoW
So... let's see
I've played World of Warcraft for quite a while now, and even more so on my main (If you haven't guessed by now it's a Night Elf Feral Druid). I see a lot of people who seem to have a hard time grasping some concept of the game that as a Raid Leader, Guild Leader, and BG leader from time to time that maybe can help you. This isn't about how to use your classes abilities, though that certainly can't hurt, but more so tips that have helped me be a better player in general, or getting a better understanding of exactly where I'm failing
DPS Doesn't mean anything
FOTM may be fun but it doesn't mean everything
Let me tell you, unless you are going for World First and literally trying to get Daddy Denathrius down the first or second week mythic is available, most of these bars are fairly useless indicators. With the exception of some incredibly rare exceptions, most if not all of the classes are within a Standard Deviation of each other (Save maybe Arcane Mages at the moment).
The Key to winning in PVP is often times communication
A burst window isn't going to mean a ton of damage if you shadowmeld out of it and manage to get out of the way before your opponent can retarget you.