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6-13-2006 @ 4:21PM
Bleah. I see what's going wrong. Sorry about the spam :(.(cont. for reals)Now, astonishingly, I can't get enough of it. I've respecced to full resto (with still a dash of feral -- I heart feral charge), and have collected a pretty decent int/+healing set. I yearned for months after Rejuv XI. I spread HOTs like candy across a 40 man raid. I live for the moment when I dash towards the OT whose priest just went down, nature's swiftness at the ready, so I can save his ass at the last second. When I get the healing rhythm down to balance party health and my own mana regen -- it's like playing an awesome bass solo in the band.Damage is great and all, but at the end of the day, you're just pouring out while trying to not to pour it out *too* much and draw aggro. Don't get me wrong -- my mage and my warlock are both a ton of fun. But there's something really visceral about healing -- you can measure your success or failure by how much mana you have left when you're done, and how many guys you lost. And you can see that improvement more directly than just watching your DPS improve. If I'm blasting, I'm one DPSer out of many contributing to the kill. If I'm healing... well, I feel more like a hero.
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