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8-05-2009 @ 2:13PM
A glyph either for flash heal or greater heal that places one or the other in between the two would be the easiest and most ideal way of changing the GH vs FH thing, much like glyphed healing touch touch for druids (though glyphed healing touch is completely obsolete now due to nourish). Lightwell is good now, but it should be highly buffed, in my opinion. In mobile fights like Heigan or dropping it right by the exit to the yogg middle room, or over near freya's beam, it sure can be useful, but I'm not sure it has any advantage over a simple one button rejuvenate or renew or something of that nature: players need to find the well, stop dps or other actions and click to get the effect: therefore the effect should be buffed. They should also make lightwell more visible so people can actually find it midfight; or perhaps make it have a passive effect that simply heals people in an aoe around it rather than having them click on it. Or, that could be a glyph for it, instead of the current crappy 20% one. They should also remove the ridiculous effect on it that cancels the heal if you take a 30% + hit. I agree as well that Disc priests need to have increased raiding viability: disc priests make some of the best tank healers in the game due to their heavy single-target damage mitigation (pain suppression, penance), but the truth is that holy priests are nearly as good as disc priests in this respect (Guardian Spirit), but also can rock the meters with raid heals. Disc priests are definitely a novelty and more of a challenge overall to play than holy priests, but their viability needs to be increased a great deal before we see the ratio of holy to disc priests even out.
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