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2-14-2010 @ 6:57PM
I love the articles, and to be frank am glad you've taken over TLaHtSI (heh), but I would disagree to an extent. Until very high end content FoL spec is extremely viable. Admittedly I am now hitting contect where I'm considering a switch to Int/Holy Light, but so far I've cleared all content up to Plagueworks, I've come stuck on Festergut.Next time I get to him (which is unreliable as I'm in no raiding guild and so PuG it) I'm considering HLing at 3 inhales as FoL is good enough for the rest of the fight, however I do wonder about FoL throughput after Festergut.Either way, just a fellow Holy Pala making a case for FoL viability, I've 2 healed Lower Spire 10 with
2-14-2010 @ 6:58PM
Either way, just a fellow Holy Pala making a case for FoL viability, I've 2 healed Lower Spire 10 with no Innervate*was the final sentence. Cut me off for some reason.
2-14-2010 @ 7:08PM
Two healing Lower Spire doesn't mean a whole lot. They're some of the easiest fights in the instance, and not very healing intensive, especially if your other healer and DPS are halfway decent. I think 10-mans are a lot friendlier toward a FoL build, too.
2-14-2010 @ 7:13PM
For what it's worth, my main spec is retribution and I stepped in to be the third healer on my guild 10-man ICC run last night. I have a Flash of Light build, and was able to keep the tanks alive as far as the group went, which was Rotface and Festergut (both downed). My use of Holy Light was as a complement to manage the inhales — so the ratio of healing done between FoL and HL was about 40/37%. That, to me at least, illustrates the proper role of Holy Light: reserved, by way of expense, for brief periods of heavy damage.
2-15-2010 @ 6:53AM
Another fail there sorry, that last sentence was really supposed to be:I have 2 healed Lower Spire 10 with
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