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3-26-2010 @ 3:28PM
It helps to be aware of players' particular abilities and class/spec strengths. For example, if our rogue and warlock are both going down I'm healing the rogue first because or affl lock has tons of self healing. On a recent Festergut kill, she did 43% of the healing on herself from siphon life and fel armor--and another 9% of the healing she received came "from festergut" from Haunt. Having your healing addon keep track of class helps with figuring out priority a lot!A big part of the priority, though, is healing assignments. When the sh** is hitting the fan, i heal MY tank, and count on our druid to take care of any raid member who may be close to death. That's the main reason we have healing assignments--so that we each know "If xxxx is close to death, i ignore everyone else for them" and we can count on eachother to cover everyone when everyone is going down.
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