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3-12-2009 @ 1:56PM
In my 10-man I've always run 2 healers, we did it in Kara, ZA and now Naxx. We've had a few issues on certain fights due to poisons, curses, etc. but we get around those. Are most people running 3 healers? Am I making things overly hard? I've found that having that 6th DPS in there generally can make up for the healer by dropping the boss faster. I'm curious what do most people run with?Currently we have a Holy Priest and a Resto Druid. The druid is my GF and I play a prot-warrior, we've been doing this over 3 years so we've got it down pretty well which I think helps.
3-12-2009 @ 2:50PM
This is the problem.They are nerfing the snot out of healing mana regen so that 2 healers will not be able to do it. You'll need 3 or the 2 have to be incredible, the dps incredible, and the tanks very well geared.We have 4 healers in my guild.So we can't do 2 10 mans until all our dps is up to par.We already can't do 25 mans.This is very discouraging. We were looking to start pushing our way into naxx 25, and using uldar 10 as a way to help, but I'm going to have to bench half my players until they can do well. Since all we ever see is that stupid DK token drop, they are going to be waiting a long time. I still don't have shoulders or a head and I am one of the MTs, they just haven't dropped.
3-12-2009 @ 4:22PM
Well hopefully I can keep far enough ahead in the gear curve. Both her and I are geared to do 10-man Maly but are just now getting into the first 2 wings of Naxx. We waited on some personal friends to run Naxx with so we got pretty geared in the meantime. I really hope we don't need to add another healer, but perhaps I'll start recruiting now before everyone realizes they need one to.
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