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1-22-2007 @ 3:59PM
Okay, Paul the pally is a healer in the raid. He heals you. You live. With out him you die! I have real life friends that have made healers and its honestly a whole other side of the game. For some its a very exciting job to heal a raid. For others its boring and no one really cares about your amazing 5k crit heals, big deal, you cant heal an alliance to death can you? Now, Im speaking from a warlocks perspective and i love seeing those 3500+ soulfire crits and will probably never reroll healer to heal a raid. as far as Paul the Pally, if he likes to heal thats great but he should be able to get the DPS stuff too. After all hes doing you a favor by keeping you alive i think he earns his DPS gear if he stays healer for a while. Which brings me to my theory: Although it takes a bit of organization and compromise (not to mention time) but if you really have this problem set up a healer rotation (which will include all classes that can heal or DPS). For x amount of time the healer stays a healer. Then if he wants to DPS then he can get his gear by swapping with a DPS pally while the DPS pally switches to Heal. However, you will always step on ppls toes with this b.c you are telling ppl what spot to play and they should get to choose that themselve. After all they are paying $15/month.
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