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8-04-2010 @ 1:56PM
"Just because the absorption numbers were higher from chain heal or rejuc spam doesn't mean the proc was more effective or better for them, it just means smaller shields got put on more people instead of big shields on one guy."No it meant more healing was prevented on the raid than more damage was ever put on that one guy, you said it yourself. What I know is the guild, and myself included, that have a Val'nyr made fights like heroic Twins a joke. And giving it to anyone else was a waste. Val'nyr wasn't like shadowmorne where every joe schmuck can quest to get it and cause their guild relatively no trouble. And frankly if your paladin, or whoever, needed to tank heal with Val'nyr on a regular basis there is something terribly wrong with your paladins or tanks. Ive seen tanks survive 5 stacks of impale on heroic w/o val'nyr. Are you really trying to tell me a druid/shaman with val'nyr spamming sheilds on the raid during infests is better than the paladin spamming sheilds on tanks for soulreaper which is easily healed through? When people say "Everyone knows" because places like EJ and guilds like Paragon or Ensidia do this, then they are right 99% of the time. When I say "Everyone knows disc priests are the most important healers for LK heroic or not" I am not lying. Now Ima go back to farming hLK and getting my alts their frostwyrms.
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