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6-27-2010 @ 8:32PM
If you play a healing priest you need to understand BURNOUT which occurs when you are sick of other players blaming you for them not moving out of the whirlwind/fire etc.I am currently playing a DK (because of this burnout) and you are sometimes caught off guard and killed by a pirouetting Iron Dwarf but only the douches blame the healer for this. Unfortunately there are many douches.There are two ways to avoid getting abused as a healer - 1 is to learn every ability of every mob, the other is to stick with guild groups. If you are sensitive like me I recommend number 2.
6-27-2010 @ 9:39PM
I think this video thoroughly explains classes of WoW. Pay particular attention to the priest part:http://youtu.be/n4TyqYsC26g
6-27-2010 @ 10:04PM
I don't know how i've never seen that movie, but I loved it.Though the bit about shamans made me sad remembering how my shaman used to strike fear in the hearts of clothies in wsg.
6-27-2010 @ 10:06PM
Yar, the content's a little dated, but for the most part, still relevant.
6-27-2010 @ 10:40PM
That video was so close to amazing.Weird Al, ftw.
I'll let Ian know you guys like it =) We went to the same college.
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