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9-07-2009 @ 12:39PM
1) Prayer of healign was always inefficient. It costs around 1500 mana. In terms of HPS it is still insane HPS. It hits 5 people for about 4000-5000 (barring crit). Thats 25000 possible healing when hasted with serendipity stacks in almost one global cooldown. I'm sorry, COH does not beat it. COH heals for about 2500 (without crit) in tier 8 for 6 people. That is about 15000 max healing. CH does not beat it. CH heals for about 7k the first hit and decreases by 40% for each jump and is ranged for the jumps. It will heal for about the amount of circle of healing after all is said done. CH is only reliable when healing melee. Rejeuv is a little under 400 mana and heals for about 15k over 18 seconds. Not only will it not tick until the third second, it is also the slowest healing hot as a tradeoff for its extreme mana efficiency.You can cast prayer of healing in about 1.8 seconds properly hasted with serendipity stacks.CH casts in about 1.8 seconds with 4 pc tier 8 and raid hasted and gemmed for haste. Rejeuv you can get 2 off with a maxed out druid with a 1 second gcd. COH is from the same class.Do the math, POH outheals each of these spells and does so immediately. Its hpm is the worse but who cares. It has the farthest range of any aoe heal and in a raid setting with gear the mana doesnt matter.POH is not so op'ed that you want to stack holy priests anymore, but it is still a solid spell with a good niche. It is also superior (in terms of versatility, range and amount healed if not hpm) to chain heal along with circle of healing.Try and provide numbers before you say things that are patently false. You'll save us all some time.
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