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1-21-2010 @ 4:23PM
It makes me sad if you think that's all there is to paladin healing. A good healing paladin is swapping auras depending on the damage coming in, bubbling/Hand of Sac'ing the tank to mitigate tank damage, shielding/DivSac'ing to reduce raid healers stress, hand of Salvationing those leet dps'ers to keep aggro where it's supposed to be, holy wrathing the adds to keep clothies from going splat until they can be picked up by the tank. Jeez, you really make us sound dumb.
1-21-2010 @ 4:30PM
That's not what he said. =/ He was talking about spaming a fast heal for the sake of straight up actions per minute, not the strategy of actual good pally healing.
1-21-2010 @ 4:33PM
Or more specifically for getting a high healing per second count as springing from that first concept.
1-21-2010 @ 5:33PM
troll/You don't need help sounding dumb widowmakrtwo. You have apparently mastered that through reading things out of context and then QQing about it./troll
1-21-2010 @ 5:41PM
You guys are right...i read that in the wrong context. My apologies Matticus.
1-21-2010 @ 7:16PM
The confusion may lie in the fact that near-exclusive use of Holy Light is an ugly point of contention among some players; especially given that Holy Light's casting time is longer than Flash of Light's. I see the innocuousness of the comment now, but when I first read the article I wasn't sure myself.
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