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5-04-2009 @ 4:59PM
@Aedilhild I disagree, dual spec is awesome, if (and only if) you warn your group before hand that tanking or healing is new, and that your learning. Eventually, with practice and some guidance from "real" tanks/healers of your class, you'll be good at it.Right now I have a dual space ret/protadin, and dualspeced my Shaman who has never been anything other then enhancement to resto. The pally has less problems, since it just is entering Outland, and thus has pug tanked as ret before. I still warn groups that I'm new at this, and if I mess up tell me where and how. The Shaman is more difficult, even if I've managed to get lucky on healing mail. I caused a couple VOA wipes, etc... I offer to bow out when I notice that I'm not helping too much. I decided to ask some of the top shamie healers in the top guilds on our server for advice. I also spent some time doing crappy DPS, by focusing on what our healing shamies were doing. I still suck, but I managed to keep our OT alive on the new VOA boss, and the DPS on the charged mob. Which is a very small achievement, but shows that people can learn.
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