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4-08-2008 @ 12:32PM
Recently having got my bear mount we do things a bit differently.2 tanks (pally and feral druid)3 Healers (CoH Priest, Resto Shaman, Resto Druid/Holy pally)Dps: 1 warlock 1 mage 1 elemental shaman 1 shadow priest. last spot goes to a boomkin, warlock, or hunter. we take 0 melee as we aoe every pull.The druids help a lot with down time with innervates and bres. do not have to stop for mana rotates the innevates with the prot pally and spriest and holy priest.We have tried with 2 healers but with AoEing every pull in the slight mistake that someone pulls aggro its nice to have extra heals there.Dragonhawk trash we kill the first scout and invis pot through the first pull. root the scout and nuke him. with the change to dragonhawk it should be easier for your tank to hold aggro on those birds instead of teleporting the tank.
8-21-2008 @ 6:52PM
As for the 3 vs. 2 healers, I typically dual heal this with a resto sham or resto druid. I am a COH Priest.My base stats sit at 2200 + healin and 97 haste (for dual healing I find haste better simply so that i can MT heal faster.). Sham totems and buffs also pump up my stats.Maybe your priest could dual heal it but doesn't have the gear yet? Just tossing it out there. I've never done it dual with less stats.I'll tell you one thing though. I'm picky on the make up for my dual healing. I don't like doing it with holy pallies that much. I also need to be able to trust the skill of my other healer. Last night we did resto druid and resto sham with me as shadow and we did extremely well on the timer and no deaths. I just respeced to COH for hex. Holy pally + resto druid go pretty good also.
8-22-2008 @ 1:48PM
My priest has 2500 unbuffed bonus healing and 131 haste, is CoH. The issue isn't if its easier to 2 heal or easier to 3 heal. the reason you bring 3 healers, is for safety. 2 healing isnt hard, but sometimes can screw you over. I've done 20+ bear mount runs successfully 2 healed, and successfully 3 healed. I just find that its safer and more predictable run with 3.
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