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The dungeon finder has been doing bad things to me lately. Bad, bad things. Really bad. I've been... well, I've been healing. A lot. When the dungeon queue for a healer is approximately thirty seconds long as opposed to the thirty minute long DPS queue? I'd rather help the problem, not add to it.
To celebrate (read: lament) my newly found love of what we in the business call 'the heals' we'll be taking a look at healers 'round the blogosphere.
- Whether or not healers should need to worry about their mana has been a hot topic in the community recently. Check out Restokin's take on the issue.
- Life in Group 5, a resto shaman blog, teaches you how to analyze combat logs for healers.
- The Physician's Log, who is very quickly becoming a regular here in The Daily Quest, talks about being a new healer and the potential stresses that come with it.
- Lodur discusses the death of healer niches... and I think he's saying something else, too. Seems fishy to me.
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