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6-20-2010 @ 6:07PM
The problem is eventually, you're going to be healing a pet in a raid when you thought you could get away with it and someone's going to die, and it feels really crummy to say to someone "I'm sorry you died, I was healing a pet"The fact is though, this is not classic anymore, except for a couple fights it really is easy to keep your pet alive if you're reasonably raid aware. Most of the time a pet dies it is because the hunter failed to act and not the healer. It seems, especially in pugs but even in guild runs, most hunters are unwilling to do the basics to keep their pet alive, casting mend pet, pulling them away from dangerous areas, etc.I put healing pets as something which is 'a nice extra' but not something you should feel compelled to do if you're not comfortable with it, or berate someone if they don't do it.
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