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2-07-2010 @ 11:34PM
2 exceptions I find in your article:Glyph of Renew: is nice but the 20% is mixed in with the talents so you don't get a true 20% boost to the healing from the glyph. A renew spamming holy priest will generally not want to take this glyph as it is a net hps loss and the extra three seconds the renew sits on a target makes it easier to blanket additional targets with renews. The exception to this glyph could be tank healing priests since you put more healing in a a shorter amount of time on one target (ie the tank). But the glyph gets you more healing but less healing overall.The talent healing prayers is a good place to snatch 2 points from if you don't need mana. Pom on cooldown is vital to priests but 20% off an already cheap spell is not make or break. I find this talent only advisable if you are going oom. Then it is a better talent to take. But this is definately a place you can get more from. Also blessed resilience the 3% boost to healing all the time vs. the 12% from test of faith. Overall blessed resilience is better for more throughput, and your argument about saving lives is very valid. The one thing I take exception to is that if your healing team is working together you will generally only get one cast to top somoene up. So extra healing for you may just mean overheal for the shaman's chain heal or druids hot ticks. You will get more throughput from the other talents on a regular basis.Overall a great article for a new or aspiring priests.
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