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9-30-2009 @ 9:50AM
As a healer, i think that the most important part is to blast Incinerate Flesh quickly. The way we found to ensure that this was done quickly was to have healers set a smal thing in healbot.Under the cure tab, in the middle you have the option to set color to ppl that receive a specific spell. so you create a new custom set for Incinerate Flesh so the person become purple or something like that. That way you will know exactly who is targeted and when you managed to heal through the shield. I found that even if deadly boss mod add a skull...this skull doesn't disapear quickly enough.This advice is good for any single spell that can put the raid in danger.I hope this help you guys
9-30-2009 @ 10:27AM
The addon Vuh'Do also animates an icon on the unitframes that needs your attention. I've found that personally, I respond faster to movement than colour changes and therefor this specific addon works best for me.
9-30-2009 @ 12:21PM
GridRaidDebuff, a module for grid does the exact same thing as it display an icon over the person box as well as itis updated pretty regularly.It also has many of the other bosses's debuffs as well
9-30-2009 @ 12:55PM
I'd also recommend having a combat text mod like MikScrollingBattleText that will show you how much of your heal lands. That way you'll know as soon as anything passes the Incinerate Flesh threshold.
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