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3-28-2010 @ 11:17AM
I think, that appart from all the things said above, a huge key to being an effective healer is knowing your raid. Im not talking about the roles, the tactics or your assignment(although all these are obviously also extremely important), im talking about knowing which mong is likely to pull what mistake. Perhaps thats stated a bit negatively: If you know your raid, you know which tank is ready with a CD. You know which rogue will use a bandage. You know which lock wont lifetap when the AoE hits etc etc.Being in a pug, or (even worse) your first raid as a trial, means your efficiency will drop a good 30%. This is why tanks have pet healers - those that know you the best will always be, well, best! So keep that in mind next time you spend a night wiping - each death means you've learned yet another little thing about your raid thats going to help your "triage".
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