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12-15-2008 @ 12:16AM
I'm really angry about this, actually. My guild is just doing our first 10-mans of the expansion--I signed on just after their first Naxx run--and they recruited me specifically because of the awesome AoE healing power that a priest can bring. They have only healadins besides me, so our group heals will be somewhat nonexistant after this.I also use CoH extensively because of all of the fights that require you to be on the move... from H Keristrasza to the Safety Dance to the Four Horsemen to Sarth, if I need to be running and healing at the same time, I'm using CoH. I don't have a ton of other instant-cast options. Renew and PoM don't go quite far enough. And yes, I'm aware that other healers don't have a ton of options here either, but it was one of my big strengths, and one of the reasons I was even brought into the guild. -.-I feel so... sub-par. Paladins have far better physical and mana sustainability that allows them to focus on the crit and haste that I wish I didn't have to pass up for mp5, Shaman have the ever-desirable Chain Heal and all manner of different totems to provide a buff for any situation, Druids have their AoE capability that truly shines in the long term....I felt like CoH was the main thing that justified my squishy, mana-starved presence. Now it's essentially going away, useless for all the reasons aranwe so eloquently laid out.
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