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6-29-2009 @ 1:41PM
Only time I really look at healing meters is when a raid healer shows up behind a ret paladin or shadow priest. Believe me I've seen it, and it is unsettling.
6-29-2009 @ 1:53PM
I've seen it. On a fight like Hodir with a ton of Aoe damage, Judgement of Light can do absolutely insane amounts of healing. If it happens to be the Ret pally doing it (and I've seen that too), they go way up.One raid we did, the Ret Pally was #2, *barely* being edged out by a PoH optimized spec Holy Priest. That was me, and I certainly wasn't slacking to let them get so close to me.
6-29-2009 @ 2:05PM
Even then, it could just be that your raid isn't taking much damage. I know in my Naxx10 runs my disc priest only gets healing in with his shields and an occasional penance on the tank; we're overgeared enough that the raid as a whole doesn't take much damage. The nights we have our holy priest come along instead of our tree, she gets almost no heals in as a result. It's not that she's not contributing; on fights like Patchwerk she still pumps out a lot of healing. It's just that there isn't much for her to do on a lot of fights.
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