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2-27-2009 @ 12:23PM
"Your healers have to trust each other to do their jobs. Otherwise what's going to happen is they're going to start compensating for another for no reason. Assignments are deviated from. Eventually crap hits the fan and the raid wipes."This is precisely why I make the distinction between "raid healer" and "tank healer." If my raid healers are compensating for a lack in my tank healer (or the tank), I need to know that. Yeah, if it's an emergency for the tank and the raid doesn't need healing at that time, sure, but if it's being done often, that tells me something is wrong with my tank healers, or the tank they are healing.
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