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2-07-2010 @ 11:36PM
Good guide but way to turn the hate on Resto Druids and Resto Shamans for raid healing. My Holy Priest, who undergears my Resto Druid by a bit, can put out just as much if not effective, quality healing in just the right places.Don't blame the class/spec, blame the player.
2-08-2010 @ 3:06AM
There was nothing said derogatory about Druids or Shamen other than the fact that they are in this expansion far superior raid healers - next expansion maybe we will be back in the spotlight as we were in Bc. To say that a Holy priest has to work twice as hard as other raid healers is not an understatement nor is it jelousy - plain and simple truth. A properly hasted Shaman can cast three 1.9 second chain heals between every circle that we cast and I believe Druids Wg does twice the healing of our circle. With these numbers in mind Holy priests "need" to focus on haste more than any other raid healer just to keep up and for this reason it is highly recommended that you stack spellpower as the writer said and focus on reckless in yellow slots and purified in blue slot while leaning heavily toward hasted gear.You sir either are lying about your Druids healing abilities or are a very poor tree? As the writer said there are fights that holy does exceptionally well in, but a Druids mobility makes them a very hard healer to beat. On my druid I basically leave run on while straffing right I just spam rejuv and Wg, nobody even comes close - talk about running circles around everyone. Here is to hoping that great things are in store for Priests in Cataclysm.
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