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9-08-2010 @ 7:13AM
Hey Give, I apologize, I think I implied that shamans are only good for raid healing, and you are most certainly right. That is not the case, and I didn't really mean to make that implication. But even now in my Tier 10, if I'm healing raid or healing a tank, I have different gear sets for that. The actual tier set (the bison suit) I find to be really good and all, but If I'm healing a tank in raid, then I switch to some other pieces: Ice-Reinforced Vrykul Helm, and the Mail of Crimson Coins, for example. This alternate set has more mp5 and bigger direct heal (but less haste in general). My goal is to get bigger heals on my main target and more mana so I can get spam-happy if I need to. My thought about these glyphs are that if I'm doing raid heals in a group, then I'd use Glyph of CH, but if I were assigned to the tank, I would not want that glyph reducing my primary target's healing, nor would I be as concerned about where they jumps went. I would want to put on ... um... another glyph. (this brings up my only major grump about glyphs, there's not really a lot of min/max choices for it. Heck, there's not really many choices at all. But it's beta, I betcha they add more before this is done). Somebody else up there who is much better at maths than I am broguht home the point that with the new glyph, you want to land all your CH jumps, but that's sorta what I was trying to get at, suggesting this glyph might be a loser in 5-man dungeons.So, sorry, I didn't mean to pigeon-hole anybody, especially myself :D, just that part of the fun of these glyphs I think is that you can switch them around nicely to accomodate the specifics of your goal at any particular moment.
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