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11-10-2009 @ 9:25AM
It's sometimes odd for me to read articles like this. I've been healing for so long now, I put almost no thought into it. I heal by instinct alone. Healing to me is more about how the fight progresses than anything. There are several guild priests who have asked me to give them pointers on healing and I find myself at a bit of a loss. "Just...heal" is what I want to tell them. I've healed everything up to the Heroic TotC. I love learning the rhythms of new encounters.
11-10-2009 @ 9:37AM
The same thing I say... I have no pointers to give, no pearls of wisdom to pass on. I Just Heal.I feel uncomfortable in my Shaman's Enhancement spec. I know the basics of melee DPS but I am absolutely atrocious playing it (I'm one of those squishy DPS that dies cause the boss inhaled). I give my best performance as Restoration and enjoy the mechanics of healing.
11-10-2009 @ 10:58AM
I find it pretty easy to talk about healing. Its not a process of pattern so much as a process of holding a lot of knowledge and using it to make triage decisions. I then tell people what some of the most common things I keep in mind are, and then give them some examples from specific fights and what I've seen, and stress to them that the most important thing they can do is find a UI set-up where they feel comfortable getting the information they need and responding fluidly.
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