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4-10-2010 @ 7:26PM
My husband, a gnome mage, pointed out that he always try to stay close to me because I am a Tree healer. He says you can instantly see where the healer is because... it's a TREE! being a Tree healer, it never occurred to me that I was a visual landmark but I guess if you are a squishie, you need to stay close.
4-10-2010 @ 8:01PM
agreed, as a tree I often find myself being completely surrounded by raiders because they know where the healer is and can make sure they are in range of healing. Nothing is more frustrating than seeing a raid members health go down and have the "out of range" pop up on the screen. In regards to the minor glyph, I would gladly give up a slot for ToL. It is my favorite part of playing the druid class resto spec. I tank for my 10 man and heal for my 25. I may enjoy tanking but losing what I would consider the "staple" of the resto tree would seem to make the resto druid class even less in population than it currently is. I'm not saying I would completely stop healing on my druid but I feel that it would lose some of the fun. I mean, which tree doesn't like jumping around the entire fight and still know they are doing their job.-Cystric of CC
4-10-2010 @ 8:44PM
If that's your argument, then everyone can get a healing form, just so no one is out of range. Shamans can get a water form, priests can be miniature spirits of redemption, and pallies can walk around with a cone of light following them. Now every healer can be spotted in a raid! And if you want to be healed don't stand too far from them!/sarcasm
4-11-2010 @ 12:51AM
In my guild when we have a fight where we need to stack, the healer always says"And don't forget to hug a tree." :)
4-11-2010 @ 2:15AM
First and foremost, I love the tree form. I am kinda sad to see it go. But visual landmark as an argument? We had that problem with tanks. Then we marked them with a star.
4-11-2010 @ 12:20PM
What about other healing classes?Or why not use raid icons?
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