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9-07-2007 @ 5:35PM
Success for a healer = their target doesn't die. period! Healing meters aren't accurate at ALL, nor are they a sign of successful healing. If you're healing a rogue every 10 seconds, you're going to throw more heals than a tank who's well geared and barely taking any damage. Double so, if you're healing all the DPS'ers who eat damage and there's just one dedicated healer on a tank. It's very dependent on other things that you can't control.Conversely, DPS'ers can have that sort of compeititon because they're all focused on the same target (so their baseline is equal) and you can accurately measure who's not performing as well based on numbers. It just doesn't compare, and I'd feel really uncomfortable being with a group that tries to measure up healers with each other. (and I don't even want to get into the varying degrees of healing by classes...)
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