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1-08-2008 @ 6:27PM
A good example of when to put Paladins on the raid over me (the resto shaman) is on the Illidari Council fight. In this fight the raid spreads out as Blizzards, Flamestrikes are randomly popping out all over the room, and random members of the raid are taking around ~4k damage from strange abilities every once in a while. This leads to situations where everyone is taking ~4k hits every once in a while but it's rarely a group of people that can be chain-healed up. So, here we remove a Holy Paladin from healing the Main Tank and replace him with me (a resto shaman) spamming Rank 5 Chain Heal on said tank. This works well because the chain heal I cast will often jump onto the melee who are getting hit by a Consecrate every once in a while.Here's the WWS log of the event:http://spruce.phpwebhosting.com/~gian/STASIS/wws-20080107-2056/index.htmlNote how our Resto Druid is completely unstoppable on the healing meters for this fight since he just rolls Lifeblooms on three out of the four tanks (the 4th one is usually out of range). Marcie, how is guild progression? What boss are you guys on now? Kill Illidan yet?
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