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9-26-2010 @ 5:53PM
The no cap is not a benefit when you consider the long cooldown. The only time the "no-cap" would be so great is if you were able to hit the entire raid in a 25man at one time. That's not likely to happen. CoH has a 10 second cooldown and hits 6 targets. If you do the math, even for being a smart heal, it's hitting the same amount of targets in a span of 20 seconds in all but that 25 man scenario, which isn't likely to happen. You do not need to move to use CoH at all, so I'm not sure what you are talking about.I don't need to remember anything about this spell, I'm telling you that I've used the spell and there is no juicy goodness to be had. It heals for too little for too much trouble. The difference between LoD and Healing Rain and the like is they can target where those will land- they don't require the healer themselves to waste time moving. I'm sure I could convince dps to stack up too, but fight mechanics often convince them otherwise. I'm constantly looking for situations to use LoD, I'm supposed to be testing it. Even when those situations arise by happenstance though the spell doesn't deliver.
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