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3-05-2008 @ 4:51PM
I play a lvl 70 healadin. I do a variety of things when not healing to manage solo questing and mobs. I don't PvP much. First of all, one of the comments mentioned using FoL to restore mana...not that I am aware of. FoL is just a more mana efficient heal. It heals less that Holy Light AND uses less Mana. For Healing, there are a lot of things that can be done besides two heals. You can buff your heals with a critical strike (can't remember talent name) and you can reduce mana cost. I also use my trinkets both in healing and in solo questing because most trinkets give healing bonus, but also most say bonus spell damage as well, so pop a trink, judge retribution and then holy shock and you do a large deal of damage pretty quickly. It is all in using the talents and your gear and trinkets appropriately. As a lvl 70 specced mostly for healing, I do have enough in prot and ret to use a shield because that is a great way to get some dual wield if you have a shield spike and it helps absorb damage done to you. I am easily able to take down 3-4 mobs at once, at my level or even 71 (non elites) at the same time. I pretty much OOM but with proper gear, you can at least regenerate mana quickly enough to use FoL on yourself pretty much towards the end. I also pop a mana pot when I am halfway through my mana so that by the time I am down to nothing again, enough time has passed that the cooldown is over and I can use another one. That being said, buffing with Adepts Elixir or foods that add buffs is very helpful as well as using other items like runes of warding or fel blossoms to help absorb damage in a "oh crap" moment. IT's all about knowing and using your abilities creatively.:-)Rainnajax Uldaman
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