Your tank died? Why? That's the question really.
Grim Reaper gives you a very quick and easy access to the relevant combat log of any raid member with just a flick of the mouse or the press of a key. It will also monitor raid member health levels for the duration of combat log data and will show the health of any unit alongside their concise combat log display.
There are several ways to use Grim Reaper.
- My personal favorite is to leave it hidden most of the time and use the hotkey activator. If you go into Blizzard key bindings and scroll down to Grim Reaper and setup a key for the Quick View function (I use F10), then whenever I need the reaper window I hold the quick view button, mouseover to who I'm interested in and release the quick view key. This locks the view onto that player and you can scroll around and do your investigating. When you're done with it, simply press the quick view key again and Grim Reaper hides itself once more.
- Others will prefer to setup a keybind to lock the reaper on a target and leave it open all the time, perhaps watching their main tank.
- Some people prefer to dock Grim Reaper onto the tooltip, but this offers reduced functionality as the display is non-interactive in this mode, but it does offer a quick and simple view.