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10-19-2010 @ 9:15AM
I'm looking forward to Cata more and more every day. These mechanics look quite interesting, & I always like me a council fight. Just an idle question: what kind of healthpools are people (namely tanks) rocking?
10-19-2010 @ 9:26AM
In heroic dungeon gear and raid buffs, around 150k.
10-19-2010 @ 9:28AM
Forgot the add that DPS and healers are a little over 100k.
10-19-2010 @ 9:30AM
10-19-2010 @ 10:33AM
If i'm not mistaken I was watching a video of the fight over on MMO Champion and the pally healer was the person taking the video. His health was a little over 100k i can't remember exactly what and his mana pool was a little over 82k. I've also heard he was in a little bit lower end gear also.
10-19-2010 @ 3:18PM
Paragon are posting 25 man videos of their testing on their Youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/paragonWOWBear tank - 156.1k HPProt paladin - 130k HPDPS/healers - in the 90k range.Diamondtear, the holy paladin filming the raid, has 98.6k HP and 85.4k mana. Later in the fight once the damage is rolling in, you can see on the Recount healing meter that two paladins and a resto shaman are putting out 14-18k HPS, with a couple of resto druids on 8-10k and a priest (presuming Holy) doing 7.7k HPS. I'm guessing the first three are tank healing and the other three topping off the raid.
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