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1-09-2009 @ 11:39AM
Healing meters don't suck. They're useless as a tool to monitor a healer's effectiveness, but they don't suck. They should be viewed as nothing more than an extra little tool to watch while raiding, nothing more.I wish it could track effective heal per mana used. Now there's a stat that would provide some value.Our COH priests CONSTANTLY top the effective heals charts, AND the overheals charts. Why? Because as soon as someone gets so much as a bruise, they spam COH. Yes, this gets them some good effective heals, but it's mostly overkill. Here's the big difference, though: they all call for innervates. Therefore, they're outhealing me (druid) by a small margin, yet it's requiring double the mana to do it.So, someone put this stat in for me into WWS or recount, please (effective heals per mana used).
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