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9-26-2010 @ 5:43PM
I can understand that. It's also what I do when my other heals are down. You have to remember though that for one GCD, you can heal multiple people on the move with absolutely no cap. You also get the juiciness that is a instant self heal as well as anyone within your range. Combined with Holy Radiance you'll be able to do some really nice AoE healing.Also the thing with CoH is that there is a cap on it. It can never heal more than 6 people glyphed. It's the trade off for being a smart heal. However, want to know the only way to guarantee CoH hits the people who need it? Put yourself into position and use it. A good holy priest knows this and will use it to their advantage to heal as many people as needed.Being that the rest of the healers will be teaching our teammates the proper usage of our new spells (Meaning "If you see PW:B\Efflorescence\Healing Rain try not to move out of it if necessary.) I'm sure you can convince DPS to stack up in range a bit.I do see and understand your strategy in building up Holy Power for WoG. What I'm saying is that it will be important to keep LoD in mind for times where it will be WAY better than trying to proc multiple Holy shocks/WoG and wasting multiple GCD's when you can do it so much more easier.
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