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1-30-2011 @ 3:18PM
I use Divine Light a lot more, and HL a lot less than this writer. This may change some with 4.0.6 and the 10% mana increase, but right now I have little issue sticking to DL, Shock, WoG and LoD for the vast majority of my heals. I only use HL when people just need to be 'topped up' and there's no other pressing issues (otherwise I leave the topping up to druids and holy priests; ie: those with hots).
1-30-2011 @ 3:23PM
I find myself using Divine Light more often on new encounters and difficult encounters, as the raid tends to stand in more fire and get hit by more lightning. Once the fights are "on farm", the damage taken tends to go down, and thus I use Holy Light more often.
1-30-2011 @ 6:13PM
@Chase reply:Good point. I should add that we 25-man and that if we've gotten our healing requirements down, we tend to rotate out a healer into a dps. A lot of fights took 7 healers to begin with, and we're now down to 5-6; meaning that the healing amount per healer remains high and thus I still stick to my DLs. The shortened fight length actually encourages us to even further push fewer healers and push them into higher hps.
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