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7-22-2010 @ 8:16PM
As a druid healer I actually don't mind tank healing at all, although I prefer raid healing, tank healing isn't a problem for me, and I generally I try to keep rejuv and regrowth anyway on the tanks on high-tank damage segments of the fights. It's what makes healing on my druid so fun is that I can be so flexible and and omnipresent with out everyone noticing. With all my hots ticking on everyone they is less aparent raid damage, and fights just seem to go smoother.And I may speak for a minority, by nourish, especially when glyphed, is really nice. Need immediate healing? Throw on a nourish that's going to hit for a ton with a multiple hots running. especially with a lot of haste, it works nicely when done right.
7-22-2010 @ 8:38PM
Yep, I agree on all points with this. I would say that to be most effective at tank healing it's not a bad idea to tweak your spec a little to give Nourish a boost, but that compromises raid healing a bit in the process. Maybe that's one reason resto druids don't exactly line up to tank heal if a pally is temporarily missing...
7-22-2010 @ 10:53PM
7-23-2010 @ 8:14AM
Shh! You're supposed to keep it a secret that druids can tank heal!
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