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1-28-2010 @ 6:39AM
@Timir,Good points. I don't think it's just about players belittling others for their failures (real or imagined) however. We have a guy in our guild who used to play a druid as his main. Back then (Ulduar 25) he was constantly running out of mana, using his innervate 1/4 of the into the fight, begging/borrowing/stealing every innervate he could as the fight progressed. One night after a raid, he was wondering why he was sucking through mana. *I* knew why, but waited until he made the discovery on his own and then we talked it over a bit. He basically had no faith in the other healers. He believed that if he didn't heal everyone, they would die, because most of the healers weren't up to snuff (in his view). He wasn't flaunting meters, or telling everyone they sucked, but his lack of faith in the healing team impacted the raid for sure.One of the hardest things to do as a healer is to let someone else take care of that rapidly-dropping green bar, but it's essential.
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