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12-22-2010 @ 3:32PM
I always thought healers were mostly girls for some reason. Are female *characters* more often healers? All my healers ended up female for some reason, dps usually were male.
12-22-2010 @ 4:14PM
I noticed all my healers are female also, though not by design, it just worked out that way. My prot-warrior and hunter are also female though, but I might race-change the hunter to worgen man anyway...The simple reason really is that if it can be a gnome, I made a gnome, otherwise draenei, except the druid who is night elf. And no way in hell am I making a male draenei or night elf... But my gnomes are fairly eveny divided male/female.
12-22-2010 @ 4:33PM
I always had that idea too, come to think of it in 5 years I've never raided with a healer that wasnt female besides myself. Guess I'm just lucky. :D
12-22-2010 @ 5:20PM
Since I started raiding back in BC, I've known a mix of healers. The players behind the toon seemed to be just as likely male as female. Same for the toons themselves. Currently, all our major healers are male IRL, and only 1 of them is playing a female toon. *shrug*
12-23-2010 @ 11:05AM
Amusingly enough, both of the healers for my group are women IRL, but one of them plays a female BE priest and the other plays a male BE paladin.
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