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12-01-2010 @ 2:19PM
What I would really love? An AddOn that lets me see the holy power of the Pally tank I am healing from my Druid.Protection Pallies have so much self-healing now that it is hard to see whether my target is actually in trouble, or if he's just about to hit his Word of Glory. Would save me a lot of mana and sweat.
12-01-2010 @ 2:25PM
But if the pallie is past level 40 they're probably going to be using that holypower for extra threat rather than self healing? Sure they're probably keeping track of their own health but unless things are going to absolute shit they're probably trusting you to keep their health up.
12-01-2010 @ 2:39PM
Obviously this varies by level, player, and situation - but right now I waste a lot of big heals on someone who is using his holy power to self-heal in tight spots, or even routinely. It would be nice to be able to see if such people are out of holy power or not.Apparently some people are finding that Word of Glory generates a significant level of threat, btw.
12-25-2010 @ 6:56AM
@possum not in random dungeon groups they aren't, lots of pallies just use it as a self heal and as a pally myself, I cringe when the I hear the word of glory sound when I don't use mine or when I am letting the tank drop to a level where I don't waste mine and they pop theirs. Annoying. As. Hell.
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