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1-09-2008 @ 8:47AM
I'm at work (i.e. my comp hates the reply button and refuses to show it), so here's a run down of all my responses.Anonymoose: I tried to make that point with Shamans but somehow got side tracked on the Loot Reaver tangent. Thanks for pointing that info out.Kenney: I would say on day-to-day healing, paladins might be low aggro healers. But before you test this out against Priests, please be standing where you ultimately want the mob to end up. You know... just in case. :D And how to paladins cast lights 16% faster? Faster than what? (Asking b/c I'm confused.)Shinwei: We downed Council Monday night and then proved we really weren't prepared for Illidan. :P We're doing something very similar with our resto shaman on Council. Basically he's responsible for healing the melee as they pound on the paladin. A resto druid and I (pally) are covering the tank. I think the net result is probably the same since I do have time for some cross-healing.To everyone that
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