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3-04-2011 @ 8:08AM
Holy priest.Don't know why but there just seems to be a gazillion buttons, all of which are actually useful, and I panic and before you know it....oh, we're dead.
3-04-2011 @ 8:38AM
It seems that with priests, you either love them or hate them (playing them, I mean.) I know many people who can't stand to play a priest in any spec, and then people like me who adore their priest. Personally, I think Paladins are the one class I will never play.
3-04-2011 @ 3:19PM
SO very true. I wouldn't trade my Holy Priest for any other healer in the game :)
3-04-2011 @ 3:27PM
I agree with both Stickeh and Luna. I *love* playing my Disc Priest, but I've tried dabbling in Holy and it just... well... I told one of my guildies that it essentially feels like trying to play Disc only with a few of my fingers randomly lopped off, and I stand by that to this day.Disc has a ton of spells too, but they really feel tight, intuitive and completely in control. To me, Holy just feels like you're spewing out huge Care Bear Stare-ish rays of heals and just hoping that some of them happen to hit the right people.I have nothing against the players of Holy Priests, I like your Lightwell and I respect the heck outta y'all, just... that's what it feels like to me personally, and that's why, while I'll always love Priests as a whole, I will never like playing a Holy one.
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