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6-18-2010 @ 6:32PM
I would say you're only halfway correct. You do benefit, as a healer, by learning to do it the hard way. By forcing yourself to use the default raid frames and keybinding your heal spells, you train yourself to be quick on your clicks... and you realize the seriousness of missing a heal by just a split second.But then, after you're proficient in that manner, it's time to look into a better interface. Whether you use Grid, Xperl, Healbot, and/or Clique (or something else entirely), you will be a better healer for it.From a simple human-computer-interaction standpoint, a better healing interface means a speedier reaction time... and thus a better healer.So yes, running without addons, you can still be great. You could even be the best healer in your guild. But you could always be better. Don't be so full of yourself that you can't see that. And mastering a better healing interface is one step towards bettering your performance.
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