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1-21-2010 @ 4:32PM
Druids have been doing this for a while. With the exception of the occasional nourish, we respect no speed limit but the GCD and cast on the run at will. In fact, we like to jump up and down and strafe back and forth while healing, just to rub it in...Sorry, couldn't resist.The idea of thinking ahead and prehealing is really critical though, especially where HoTs are concerned. The two biggest things I keep track of (or try to) as a druid healer are (1) fight mechanics, because with HoTs you really need to be a few seconds ahead of the boss, and (2) where people are. The latter point is just as important for all healers, but something I find really tricky to do. With my normal 10 man group, I'm used to people's names and roles, so I have some idea of who is likely to take damage when. But with PUGs, I find that my efficiency goes down and my stress goes up.
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