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6-18-2010 @ 6:39PM
The attitude of 'vanilla' healers kinda irks me, not to say add on healers are much better.People need to think of it like walking to work. Many people could walk to work just fine. It might even make them more healthy overall. But it doesn't (necessarily) make you a better employee than someone who drives. And yea (insert your creator here) didn't design humans to drive so we should be able to walk just fine.So why do people drive? Quality of life. Many people just like to walk, but others just want to do their job and will use any tools at their disposal to get it done.Which person is 'wrong'?
6-18-2010 @ 6:59PM
Excellent analogy. :)
6-18-2010 @ 7:02PM
Hey... don't bash all of us "vanilla" healers. A lot of us don't want to go back to that raid environment.I've healed as a druid from MC through ICC. I remember in 40 man raids, just to save myself from clutter, actually splitting my raid frames onto two sides of my screen and actually CHOOSING what groups were more important to keep alive.Give me Grid any day where I don't have to choose to ignore half the raid just so I could see what is on the screen.
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