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8-03-2008 @ 4:53PM
Yup that's the big problem, most people don't do much to keep their healers alive. I don't really blame them, because it's hard to keep track of everything in a BG, and if you're busy trying to kill the opposing group's healer, you probably won't notice if someone from that group breaks off to go after -your- healer. But still, it needs to be done.Healing is the most important single part of a winning BG team (organization is more important, but that's more of an overall thing), but no matter how many healers you have, they can't do much good if they're always getting killed 10 seconds into a fight.
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