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6-29-2009 @ 1:48PM
Until 3.2 the paladin judging light should be the one with the highest SP + AP, which will usually go Ret > Prot > Holy. I had a similar problem I had to deal with as a raid leader, where there was a lot of extra raid healing from a paladin trying to pad his meter while tank healing. Really just looking at heals to/from at wws can give you a pretty good idea of whats going on. If both holy pallies are on the tank you should expect thier too/from to be pretty similar unless one is being assigned as the fast flash while one is bombing HL. You can also look at the timing of judgements, if a holy pally is judging more often than the debuff needs to be renewwed or they need to renew their buff somethings wrong. And tell them in the end healing meters do not matter worth shit, deaths is the only way to judge healing. If the tank dies its the healers fault (so long as he didn't stand in something/fail to kite/turn his back). If the raid is taking no more than expected raid damage and they die, its the healers fault. Healings a lot like tanking, good stuff doesn't show up in meters it shows up in kills and lack of deaths.Favorite example of mine was juggling which healers were going off dps on a hardmode where we didn't have enough dps. Switched the lower meter holy priest to dps and saw a bunch of attempts with a lot of deaths. Swapped them again, the low holy preist was again was low on the healing meters, but deaths dropped to almost nothing...which mole you whack first is a lot more important than how many moles you can whack during a fight.
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