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2-14-2010 @ 5:54PM
One of the traits of playing a healer is that our mistakes can, and often result in a team mate's death or a raid wipe. We're expected to survive through the same fight gimmicks as the DPS, all the while trying to avoid tunnel vision while keeping everyone alive. That's the life of a healer, isn't it? I find myself far more critical and analytical of my healers' performance, compared to my DPS toons. And as this article has shown, assessing your effectiveness as a healers is far from straightforward. It's fine when no one dies, but those occasions are rare.
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