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9-07-2009 @ 12:55PM
@Adam - I'd have given the award to a druid before when they had to manage 4+ lifebloom stacks on the raid at once. I play each one of the healing classes in a high-end raid or pvp setting and I believe the priest is the most complicated. Druids are a close second but paladins and shamans aren't even close. Whats sad is that even though they are easy to play, most people completely misplay them. Most paladins do not refresh beacons, do not judge every minute to renew their spell haste and don't time their divine please well and beg for innervates. Shamans are even worse. Most don't use healing wave at all (even though its inefficient you need to heal a person if they are low). Most don't renew earthshield in battle and most importantly they do not renew water shield in battle.As for a druid, I'd say its more subjective but I stick by to my statement that a priest is more complicated. In a high-end raid setting all the druids have to do to top meters is spam wild growth and rejeuv. Yes they swiftmend and use nature's mending and all that jazz but you can fake good druid healing in a raid setting simply by spamming rejeuv and wildgrowth. With a disc priest buying time for hots to heal up and effectively prehealing the entire raid with a stack of hots for fights like ignis or iron council, druids top the meters with little effort. There's little conscious healing where you pick what spell to use except when a druid is put on main tank healing.
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