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7-06-2008 @ 6:00PM
Also you can't just look at healing charts and say 'x heals for more than y'. You have to consider who is being healed. If it is a fight with high raid damage, of course the raid healers are gonna come out on top as there is more healing to do.Paladins generally are healing the tanks, and especially as you start to farm certain raids, the tanks are gonna be taking less damage overall because their gear has improved with the farming.Paladin healers do seem to thin out as guilds progress, the healing core shifts away from them, but there is still always a couple there.Maybe the reason holy paladins thin out is because their places get taken by prot or retribution paladins. It's always nice to 3-5 blessings, and if you are short on holy paladins its one of the good things ret and prot pallies can add to the raid.
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