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8-29-2010 @ 6:32PM
As a holy pally I was quite aware of how great auras can be when they are used situationally. It is always dissapointing though when running on another class and seeing the sole pally in the group, a Ret, stay in Ret aura the whole time. Or worse, not cleanse when they are the only person who can cleanse that debuff.Or worse again, not terminate any fight mechanic, suck as Ick and Krick's chase.Focus on the highest lolaoe dps they can is. Some are as bad as death knights and huntards. Sigh.
8-29-2010 @ 7:26PM
To be fair, some of us old-timey Ret players still forget that you no longer need to be running Ret aura for Swift (and Sanctified!) Retribution.There's also the possibility of ignorance. You can force an early end to Ick & Krick's pursuit? I'm not quite sure why it's a great idea (unless the pursued person is really foolish) since that means he's ignoring everyone else, not dropping bombs, or poison explosions, or patches of goop.
8-31-2010 @ 8:25AM
In my defense (Ret Pally) I usually leave Ret up to assist the tank with his threat. Only if we have a second Pally do I start aura switching depending on the fights.As for Ick and Krick - it's a relatively simple kite that every healer I've run into lately can deal with, allowing me to nuke the *** out of the boss for the duration without having to worry about pulling aggro.As always, suggestions for improvement always welcome!
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