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1-07-2009 @ 1:45AM
Remember that ANYONE can heal using bandages... The first aid skill limit is on the healer not the healee.If you want CC to work, time the tank hit to be an instance before the CC starts.Make sure that the CC hit is ccordinated amongst all...Tanks need to pull AWAY from CC so AOE can be used.This is ESPECIALLY true for DK where AOE is a major weapon...AOE classes should take care of junk adds by AOEing...Mages/Priests - when you run OOM, use your WANDS!Mages, look at what's being cast and put up the appropriate shield.Mages - you vend AND provided portals... Users of portals - port to Shat or Dal is all you need, Shat is preferable for you. From there, you can go anywhere.Mages - invisibility is your friend. Dead mage = no DPS... Also, learn to blink... Towards the tank... Towards the healer if he's being hit so you can frost nova and allow them to run somewhere else.In fact it is always a good idea to remind the DPS classes that the healer's health is a major concern for them... They should bail him out of trouble if needed...Lastly, for tanks... Even squishy mages can handle some mobs. Especially if they have low health.... If we take aggro from a low level health mob, we don't have to be saved EVERY time.... In fact, I have often pulled aggro from the healer, popped MultiMage and continued to blast the main target... Use food bufs (can't be emphasized enough)...
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