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3-07-2011 @ 6:24PM
I'll throw in my two cents.Chimaeron is very easy if you have strict healing assignments.My guild downed Chim. in a few attempts once we mastered certain healing assignments.We ran a standard 2 tanks, 3 heals, and 5 dps. Don't worry too much about the last phase. If you lust then only around 3 to 4 people will die (depending on lucky dodges, etc.)One healer is assigned to heal Group One from TOP to BOTTOM in priority, THEN Group Two from top to bottom. Another healer is assigned to heal Group Two from BOTTOM to TOP and then Group One from bottom to top. The last healer heals the tank(s). It works simply like this: If two members are hit with the Caustic slime in the SAME group, then the two raid healers follow their respective priority. For example, if a Holy priest was assigned to heal group one then two from top to bottom, he or she would heal the top member that was hit by the slime and the (let's say Resto Shaman) second healer would heal the bottom, since the second healer works from bottom to top.Of course, if the members are in different groups, then the respective group healer heals that member up to 10k. This also means if the healer is hit by caustic slime, then you must remember your priority first. If you have multiple healers healing the same target, then they might miss a player and cause a death. If you stick to your priority and assignments then healing raid members over 10k is easy.Please feel free to add anything I missed. Oh....of course, when the raid stacks up for Feud/Bilo-O-Tron goes offline, then heal everyone to top. Duh! :D
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