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1-25-2010 @ 11:51PM
As a warlock in a guild with an excellent healer who is always on and always ready for a random dungeon, I often thank her for "healz" when she tops me up after I LT, and I remind her her "if I LT too much let me know."Her response is usually just, "kk np," but once she said "don't LT before a boss pull." She didn't know about the GoLT. But then I didn't have a rank 1 LT hotkeyed, either. Now I do.I never complain about late heals, nor do I even ask for heals. If I don't get a heal it's because the tank or the mage needs it more; I bandage. Or I use my HS or a potion. That's what they're for. And I NEVER expect her to spend mana healing my pet. I get far, far more effective pet healing out of Health Funnel... and if it dies, then resummoning it costs only a shard.In return, I make sure she always has a healthstone and a soulstone, and I'll even throw a scroll or a bandage on her if I think it's needed. (And if she goes down, I'm the first to bandage the tank, though it doesn't usually make much of a difference.)I'm the only 80 warlock in the guild, so i certainly don't want to give the impression that warlocks are greedy for heals, or that LT is a pain for the healer. I want the warlock to be essential.
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