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9-28-2007 @ 9:40PM
This has been communicated by others already, but it's worth repeating.If you beat the encounter than the healers did their job.Although, it's a little more complicated than that.If the healer required outside influence to continue healing (pots, innervate, mana tide, etc.) then they might not have been completely effective Then again there are fights that require all these resources to be expended. Nightbane, for those still in Karazhan, is one of those encounters. There's a delicate balance. However, if a Paladin runs out of mana before your priests or druids than you can pretty much guarantee they are a terrible healer. Overhealing is also a good measurable tool to use to determine whether or not the healer knows how to anticipate when heals are needed.
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