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2-05-2009 @ 9:33AM
Thw PW:Barrier sounds awesome! Plus DS going baseline is really good. I am currently a split disc/holy healer spec, and I have been thinking about going all disc healing spec. I wonder if the barrier's shields will be as powerful as the single shield. If so, that will be a great preventative for certain fights.I am relatively new to healing (leveled and played shadow to 77), and I know I am just a ok healer. I just wish there was a way to "practice" without costing people gold. (DPS have target dummies) Not sure how they would work this, but it would be nice. I had a hard time healing Heroic Gundrak (not sure where it is on the hardness scale) last night, and I was just wondering if it was my gear, my skill, or the tank.
2-05-2009 @ 9:56AM
I would say Gundrak is up there as one of the harder heroics to heal. Even when the group knows what it is doing, you tend to get a ton of AoE damage - the poison nova and those purple gunk pools are a healer's nightmare. If you can heal heroic Gundrak then you can probably heal pretty much any heroic.
2-05-2009 @ 1:40PM
Cool. We had a DK tank, and I don't know how they work, but its like they don't take any dmg, then BAM!! half of their health is gone. Plus I would be impaled, the DK would die while I was impaled. This happened once or twice. Another time (which this might have just been me slow to react or lag), but the DK went from full health to dead, before I could get a GHeal off.
2-05-2009 @ 5:05PM
It's not just you. Gundrak is pretty hard for a priest to heal (surpassed only by AN and maybe HoL), and damage in most of the heroics is spikey ... it'll be nothing ... nothing ... BAM DEAD all at once. I went Disc for Penance and insta-shields because my tanks were going 90-0 in the time of one (talent-hasted) gheal.
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