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3-20-2011 @ 7:49PM
I am the healing coordinator for my 3/12 Heroic 12/12 normal guild. For our Nef phase 3 (there is no Ony), we use the following setup:3 healers on the kiting tanks: these tanks will be taking tons of damage from powered up constructs, especially if they don't get a second reset. We use two paladins with cross beacons and a druid1 healer dedicated to Nef tank: We use a Paladin ToR healing Nef tank, with off help from the next group...3 healers on raid clump: they are responsible for getting raid up to take each of the 5-6 crackles in phase 3, as well as throwing incidental heals on the Nef tankUsing this method, and following a similar healing method on p2 (we don't use priest cd's on the pillars as much), we usually 1-2 shot Nef every week, which is nice since we have been spending all but the last 30 minutes of our raid week on new hard mode bosses (currently on Atramedes).P.S. We have a lot of geared and skilled holy paladins in our guild (4), so we usually raid with at least 2, if not more. Cross beaconing tanks on a multi tank fight (like many of the current raid encounters) is a huge boost in raid stability.
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