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2-03-2009 @ 6:25PM
Like most people have said,I think: Overhealing is generally ignored in my guild, as long as we aren't having mana or healing issues on that particular boss. I play a Holy Paladin. We have no proactive heals like shields, no opportunist heals like HoTs. Overhealing is a way of life for a Holy Pally, and the two of us in my guild very rarely have mana issues unless something goes very wrong. I love topping the overhealing meters and still having some mana at the end of a fight. Mwahahaha
2-03-2009 @ 6:55PM
I also play a Holy Paladin. I have proactive damage mitigation in called Sacred Shield. It absorbs like 2k of damage every 6 seconds, assuming your target is taking damage, plus makes your flash of lights crit more. If your tank is at 100%, you can spare the mana (and you almost certainly can, since you have Divine Plea), you should be casting Sacred Shield on him.That said, yeah, overheals all day. Especially since the Sacred Shield bonus Flash crit on the tank means that I can spam crit Flashes all day when he's at 100%, and catch any little scraps of damage that come along.
2-03-2009 @ 7:17PM
@ValisSacred Shield, of course, is fantastic. I always make sure it's up. But healing mitigation isn't going to directly effect your overhealing. It certainly does help conserve mana, tho! Haha
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