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1-09-2009 @ 12:41PM
Treason said...Overhealing is not something to worry about.If you're not running out of mana in fights, it doesn't matter how much overhealing you do. Period. Nada. Not a thing to worry about.Someone with a clue! I see a lot of non-healers and a lot of clueless people here on this topic. First, recount shows effective healing and even has an over heal category if you're worried about it. Treason said it best though. Over healing doesn't mean a thing if you don't run out of mana. Anyone complaining about over healing when no healers are running out of mana should just leave the topic to people who know what they are talking about. Second, people that think a MT healer should ONLY heal the MT are retarded at best. As a Druid, if I'm assigned MT heals that means HoT up the MT and raid heal. As long as you know you have enough mana to never let the MT die it's very helpful.Healing meters show numbers. Same as damage meters. You need to understand the numbers to make them useful. The people complaining about the healing meters are the healers with slow reflexes and those who chose poor gear itemization and can't sustain healing throughout a long fight. If you're assigned 3-5 people to heal and your sitting on 80% mana and ONLY healing those 3-5 people, don't expect to be high on the meters or even considered a good healer. YOU know your character/gear better than the person giving out healing assignments so as long as you can cover your assignment, heal as much as possible.
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