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8-20-2010 @ 9:14AM
When are people gonna learn the difference between qq and real constructive information. Or maybe find a way to get players into the beta who know how to relay their concerns better. lol
8-20-2010 @ 9:19AM
That would require thinking logically instead of emotionally, and if you're already frustrated, well, too late there.
8-20-2010 @ 5:34PM
Well, on one hand, they want feedback on how things feel, and on the other, if you don't feel positive you can go DIAF. The beta forums have been glowing over the healing changes, but everyone I see outside of those forums has huge concerns and finds things not at all fun. I'm delighted that someone spoke up at all, and discouraged (again) beyond belief that they quashed him like that. I'm a priest for crying out loud, and I can't handle it if both party and tank are taking damage at once.Some of our largest concerns: None of the heals hit hard enough. The pacing is not fun compared to what we're used to in Wrath. Damage is still spiky, but we now have a eyedropper to heal it back up with. We don't scale well so far. A good healer in a bad group is still going to fail. I haven't even had mana problems, I have puny heals problems.So is this new, fun type of healing going to drag people away from dpsing to replace all of us who don't like it anymore?
8-20-2010 @ 4:24PM
Are you talking on live or beta that your have trouble healing the tank and dps? I play a priest as well and you shouldnt have any problems multi-tasking. With several instant and AoE heals it has never been a problem. You might just not have enough spellpower if your heals arent hitting hard enough. :)
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