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10-06-2010 @ 2:41PM
I've tried every flavor of healing except paladin. I think these changes are going to be an improvement for pretty much any type of healer simply because I got completely sick of healing being a Grid watching, clickfest like it is now. You don't do raids in WoTLK, you watch these tiny little boxes and try to stay focused enough to not Stand In Bad.This model benefitted tree healers, to some extent, since they've had better mana management tools than shammies and priests and are actually able to heal the whole raid, unlike paladins. Just because they're slowing down the healing tetris mini-game and forcing you to think before you heal doesn't mean they are making it boring. As long as they allow you to use this extra time to actually pay attention to the fight and to what the boss is doing.
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