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1-23-2008 @ 1:20PM
All of my girls have maxed First Aid appropriate to their levels. It's one of those things that I just feel necessary, despite the fact that most of those characters are healers of some sort. As a priest doing SSC and TK, you bet I'm using bandages when I can. I'm pretty mana efficient, but there's nothing like taking the opportunity to pop a bandage when able and it's appropriate (the time to bandage is not when someone needs a heal, especially if you're the main or only healer in the group), even if it's to conserve mana and dance around the 5SR. One of the things that I do sometimes is bandage when my mana is low: I use Inner Focus, cast (usually) that nice ranked 7 Greater Heal on the tank or another target that would benefit from that large crit heal, use my Earring of Soulful Meditation, and bandage while letting my mana regen. For me, playing as a priest means being mana efficient. Mana conservation is important to me, even with that large bugged mana pool and downranking/cancelling spells as necessary. If I have the flexibility to conserve mana that could be better used on other players by bandaging now when there's no rush to heal, heal, heal now, why not? It's a single slot in my bag and I find that it works well.And many healers will appreciate if you take the opportunity to bandage yourself during fights as able!
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