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12-19-2008 @ 6:25PM
now how about mail healing? Crit is not good for heals.
12-19-2008 @ 6:26PM
yes it is
12-19-2008 @ 6:32PM
You're healing, and you've got a 80 elite rolling at you for a critical heal that spikes your threat?Bad idea. You don't want big crits - big crits = threat, and threat = dead healers. Especially with Shaman as we don't have a great panic button.What we need/want is MP5.
12-19-2008 @ 7:30PM
So you don't heal if you're going to get threat? You sure you have Wrath of the Lich king installed?
12-19-2008 @ 8:03PM
See this is where you have no idea whats going on.These are Paladin goggles and not intended for Shamans.Paladins main mana regen mechanic is high crit for illumination returns.It is not uncommon for paladins to be rolling 30-50% crit rating for holy.Please educate yourself before you start speaking for the community this item is based for by saying "What we need/want is mp5."
12-19-2008 @ 10:33PM
zappo: I don't want to spike threat, and pull an enemy off of a tank or OT. If Threat's changed where that is not a consern in Wrath, and no enemies in the entire game have Aggro dumps, please, by the gods, let me know so I can adjust and stack crit. Until then, I maintain my low-crit position.arcath: You're slightly confused. Understandably so. I was referring to the lack of healing-specific mail goggles, of which there are none as of yet, and complaining about this lack of existence. I was not referring to the healing goggles in TFA. Then we got side tracked into a discussion on the need for Crit on MAIL goggles for healing (as the current mail spell power goggles are loaded up with crit). I agree, these are very well developed for Pally healers. Now let's get such a nice reward for resto shaman.
12-19-2008 @ 11:04PM
12-20-2008 @ 9:11AM
I guess you have never healed before!?
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