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3-25-2011 @ 10:04AM
As a current 3/13 heroic (halfus, atremedes, Chimaeron) holy priest, we were just able to get this clown down on 10 man last week after many nights of horrible luck. While your write up is 25 man, maybe this will help those doing 10s.We run Disc, Holy Priest, Druid for our heals. With everyone just inside the 6 yard limit for slimes we keep everyone as close as possible for attonement heals. This really helps us get those people up after slimes. A quick PoH usually is enough to get people over the 10k, if not use a CoH as well, although i usually save the CoH for right at a massacre. A quick PoH, and even a renew (with divine Touch), will even get one up over 10k.Now, we use a dps dk to soak break stacks, with the MT taking double attacks until the after the first fued phase. As soon as a stack is called, every healer heals the MT to full with their fastest biggest heal, then I (holy priest) start spamming raid with everything i have, while the other 2 keep the MT up. The key is the timing of the tanks CDs here. After feud the dps dk takes chim again for breaks, and now the OT takes double attacks. Switching tanks taking double attacks always ensures they have enough CDs available for fueds, and a little lighter healing.Hope this helps some, and good luck to all those working on him.
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