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1-27-2011 @ 6:49PM
@Zippoi believe that a player could still heal effectivly if they lvld a healer through quests and not randoms. they may not be as fine tuned as a seasoned player but the quests still have combat in and they will still get a good feel for their class / spec. besides the way you heal or tank or do anything is gonna change form when you lvl to when ur max lvl because you will not have all of your abilities unlocked. so either way you basically have to modify what you do anyway
1-27-2011 @ 7:13PM
I leveled my priest as a healing spec as a part of a warlock/priest duo - to 70 and then to 80. I got a dual spec shadow when it became available. While I heal well, that much leveling in a healing spec has left me with the solid belief that whatever mob it is... I probably won't be able to kill it in any reasonable timeframe and the best solution is to run away.I had a built in tank (voidwalker) and dps (warlock) who were in charge of making things die. I was in charge of making them live and a smite or two if the situation warranted it. I still favor group play over solo. In fact, I only do Tol Barad dailies when I can go as "healer escorting 4 guildmates through the respawn rate on crack mini-dungeons". I consider "fun solo play" to be fishing and archeology.
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