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12-22-2008 @ 7:03PM
I think that summary of the Four Horsemen glosses over how much of a bitch it is it heal the back. Our guild tried it over and over again, rotating the healers as we each gave up almost crying (well, me at least) about our inability to keep the 3 in the back (2 casters and a healer) alive. After doing it on heroic with another guild, we finally tried it with 2 plate wearers, a warrior and a DK, because of their larger health pools. I mean, keeping 3 clothies with 15k alive is horrible there, but those guys have at least 20, 25k, which helps, not to mention Spell Reflect and DK spell dmg mitigation (and his ghouls that can take the brunt, and the spell sheild). We finally managed it with those because they didn't die within 30 secs. Maybe it's just because I'm new to healing, post Wrath starting at the end of Nov., and the other healer's were not especially geared (I'm a druid, and decently geared), but I'd recommend thinking about your DKs and warriors, or as another said, classes that can self-heal, too, for the back.
12-29-2008 @ 10:31AM
Note to your guild about DKs:They are the best caster tanks, (even in DPS spec) keep that in mind next time you deal w spell dmgers from the beggining to save some wipping hours.I had a similar question in 10man, which is actully harder for naxx than 25, we have a SP/EnhSham combo in our 2 healers group fpr the back horsemen, so they can heal themselves. Would that be enough? Ehn shammies can do crazy heals now w the thing that procs mana w dps.
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