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9-28-2007 @ 9:41PM
To say "the only good healer is a healer who doesn't let anyone die" is not a good reason unless your in a 5 man where the pulls are significantly easier than in raids.Kara is an extremely hard raid for healers. The first boss that proves my point is Moroes. Not only do healers have to keep one of the adds shackled, but you have to use extra mana to keep whoever has been garroted from dying. There are only four ways to 100% remove the garrote which are Divine Shield (pally), Blessing of Protection (pally), Ice block (mage), and Stoneform (dwarf racial).The next troublesome fight for the Priest would have to be the Maiden of Virtue. She has a dot "Holy Fire" which the priest has to instantly decurse. To make matters worse the Maiden has a silence spell Repentance which taken from WoWhead (Puts all players in a state of meditation, incapacitating them for up to 12 sec. Any damage caused will awaken the target. Also deals about 1500-2000 holy damage. She casts Repentance at random intervals, but no more often than 25 seconds. This affects all players. This effect cannot be dispelled, but several abilities can make you immune to it. Does not hit her current target.) So not only does she have a killer DoT but if not dispelled quick enough Repentance can come along and do some major damage to the melee classes.
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