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4-13-2007 @ 2:49PM
In case your skull is to thick to realize there was tons of sarcasm in my post.I have yet to come across a good shadow priest. In fact I have spent more time in groups drying because a priest is in shadow form than healing like they were designed to do.I could care less about cookie cutter classes whatever the hell. I like groups that work. I run a tons of instances and if a group wipes because a healer thought it would be cool to go shadow form then thats a waste of MY time.And in case anyone is confused on the role of the priest please refer to wow's website:"riests are the masters of healing and preservation, restoring their wounded allies, shielding them in battle, and even resurrecting their fallen comrades. While they have a variety of protective and enhancement spells to bolster their allies, priests can also wreak terrible vengeance on their enemies, using the powers of shadow or holy light to destroy them. They are a diverse and powerful class, highly desirable in any group, capable of fulfilling multiple roles." via: http://worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/priest/And amazingly down the page there is a link to a guide to healing: http://worldofwarcraft.com/info/basics/partyroles.html#healersPriest should be healers. Period. Shadowform does nothing but mess up a group dynamic.
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