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1-19-2011 @ 2:12PM
Question, can mind sear be channeled on yourself? Or is it friendly targets other than you?The question is mostly for adds like in the Corborus fight, when there is quite often no one standing on the adds themselves... you could run over there, channel mind sear on yourself and blow up the adds (if you're in a group like I often am and no one seems to AoE the adds)
1-19-2011 @ 2:21PM
I assumed it meant that you could channel yourself, since they word flash heal and stuff as "friendly target"....but then i looked at binding heal, it says friendly target as well...so I dunno. I want to know though, but I don't do PTR's.
1-19-2011 @ 2:33PM
I was going to ask the same thing, I hope so.
1-19-2011 @ 2:40PM
The most important time to AoE is for the exploding crystals, which I do not recommend you go and hug. If you're the only one burning them down, just Mind Sear 'em all down except your target, then throw a couple mind spikes.
1-19-2011 @ 4:46PM
True, but if you're fast enough to AoE them before they pop out of the ground and start moving, they're easier to deal with (in my opinion). It's true that it would probably be faster to just AoE centered on one of them and then use single target abilities like Mind Spike to kill the last one, but I was grasping for a specific example of where Mind Sear centered on yourself could be useful... it certainly SOUNDS useful, anyway.
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