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1-12-2011 @ 6:12PM
I am a healer holy priest. I usually PUG, partly due to the time I play; rarely can I run guildy run. I am pretty well equip now (Ilevel 346 equipped), but nothing amazing at all. I be honest, other than Grim I find Heroics to be boring these days. I rarely fail, and difference between good group and bad group tends to be time. For instance yesterday I was in heroic where highest DPS was 5k (HoO) and with 2 wipes total we finished. Took 2 hours, but we finished. The tank was new to the instance on heroic too and I had to explain most fights.The only difference is Grim, where I can not compensate for bad DPS, there simply isn't anything I can do if people don't move correctly or do not take care of the adds right. This is especially true on the last boss, where if DPS doesn't know how to burn the adds correctly the fight goes out of hand instantly.I also have little mana issues these days. Healing it is no longer stressful.Anyway the point I am trying to make is that for most part Heroics are fine, and hardly hard. With people that half way pay attention things works without issues. They are certainly harder then WoTLK but WoTLK was silly easy. There were times in those instances where I just went shadow since there was little point to heal. Let's not cry NERF let's enjoy the game and the challenge is provides and not just have heroics become yet another daily grind that person with no skill can just do. BTW I am not saying I am some kind of "super healer", I know I am decent, but that's about it.
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