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12-16-2009 @ 12:17PM
I cannot TELL you how many times, as a healer, I've had to get "cranky" with tanks who just will NOT slow down to let me regen. Granted, this is when I'm on my Pally rather than my Druid when healing, but the principal is the same. Prior to the new LFG system, I never had my Pally's "mana buttons" on CD, now they are perpetually. My Drood is still, "thankfully"(?), slightly undergeared (despite being my main) for the newest 5-mans, but that is only due to my interest in getting my formerly sub-par pally healer geared to raid more.For all of you DPS Drood brothers and sisters out there: if you know we're chain pulling, and you see your healer is low, please Innervate! I try to innervate my Pally tanks (when I'm playing my Resto Drood) just like I try to pop out of Kitty (when on Feral Drood and not tanking) to Innervate the healers if necessary.Even if to you they are "yawn" runs, there are SOOOO many fresh 80s out there gearing up at lightning speed now that they might realize their healers aren't ready for Pull #72 In-A-Row.
12-16-2009 @ 12:38PM
Most runs, my party chat is limited to two lines:"Call out if you need a mana break""Thanks for the group"
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