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9-07-2010 @ 9:03PM
In healing Halls of Origination, I found that nourish & Lifebloom alone weren't enough to keep everyone alive, so I resorted to having to use a lot of regrowth (with still a fair amount of rejuv & nourish), and I just went through multiple stacks of water in a single run because I'd stop to drink after every single mana pull, and I would hit completely OOM right around the time the boss died.
9-08-2010 @ 8:14AM
waiting for healers in 5-man dungeons is fun. isn't it? If I have to be OOM at the end of every pull, I would really like an ability that can restore all of my mana out of combat in less than 2s. There is a difference between progressing through without stopping and "chain pulling faceroll". Right now it seems like the healing design is meant to slow us down BETWEEN pulls, the completely not fun, not interesting part of the game.
9-08-2010 @ 12:32PM
This seems very familiar. Run Utgarde Keep with only heirlooms, AH greens, and gear that you get from chain running dungeons lvl 60 to 70.... with tanks and dps that have done the same.I'm doing this on my third healer... guzzling down lots and lots of Pungent Seal Whey -- spam clicking on the drink icon waiting for the "-combat" to appear on my msbt. Cursing the tank when he chain pulls and keeps me in combat. Getting one shotted by Skarvald's ghost over and over becuase (oops!) DPS focus'd him down first. Very familiar with wiping in regular UK over and over and over.
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