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5-01-2008 @ 3:30PM
I'm probably going to get mixed up on quest names--also for a stats perspective, in my heal set I have over 2K +heal, and a haste rating of 73. For dailies I swap in the badge caster kilt, the ZA dps caster mace, dps caster shield, and change trinkets (there might be one or two other dps caster items I change)--for the most part I am still in healing gear. The one thing that is key is that I keep every single piece of haste gear on, be it healing or dps caster. This helps keep my cast times as fast as possible.There are some key spots where I pop elementals to help me out. I always put earthshield on the elemental. If I need to tap the Blood Crystal and all the mobs are up, I will drop my elemental, and then drag it to the courtyard to kill as many casters, warriors, even archers as I can before it despawns.To get the archers, I'll drop a searing totem and wait. I can reasonably solo the 3 archers by myself, even if they are all on me at once. If I have to get additional casters from the building next to the archers spawn point (and I haven't had to drop my elemental yet), I will often spawn an elemental right outside the circular building where the 2 casters reside. (I've killed the archers, so they won't spawn for a little bit.) Using chain lightening I target the imp first and run and hide behind my elemental. Then it's a series of grounding totems, earthshock, and keeping the elemental healed until I get the casters I need from that zone.I use the same technique to get the Sunfury attack plans (which I don't do until I leave Sunwell Isle), the Dawnblade boat mobs, and often for the mana residue. A lot of this is timing dependent and much rests on whether or not I've already had to drop an elemental. If I know I will need it for a quest coming up, I will do a bombing run or something similar. In terms of geographic sensibility my plan lacks sometimes, but in terms of managing my elemental cooldowns it's flawless.
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