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3-25-2011 @ 11:15AM
As a druid healer (Lazydragon@Frostmane), we've downed heroic Chimeron with using a druid as a group healer (we use the group assign strat at this point, although considering switching). Generally we have two druids, one of which is on the tanks and one is assigned a raid group for caustics.First off, many druids will want to respec/glyph a little for this fight. Strongly consider taking http://www.wowhead.com/item=40912 , and one or more points in http://www.wowhead.com/spell=17076 . The trick here is to abuse your mastery by ensuring a hot is constantly running on all five of your group members without draining your mana. Do this by applying a regrowth to everyone and keeping them BELOW 50%. I tend to apply these using clearcast procs when we're first setting up. Run your usual 3 stack of lifeblooms on yourself as well for CC procs and to remove yourself from the healing equation (LBx3 will heal 10k in 4 seconds).- So if you get hit with one caustic, do w/e you want.- Two caustics, regrowth one (mastery = +20% strength, with Nature's Bounty it'll have a large crit chance, but even w/o it should tick to over 10k within 4sec) and possible proc http://www.wowhead.com/spell=61346 as a bonus. Then nourish the other (saves mana & does the job when time not as pressing)- Three caustics, regrowth on first, regrowth on second, swiftmend third.- Four caustics - pick your least favourite person to die.It's a rather un-druidlike way to heal, but unfortunately hots are just too slow for this demand. I tend to do the above while keeping rejuvs on each tank as well, occasionally letting them fall when I get stressed w/ multi-caustics.Note this is all from a 25m raiding environment perspective.
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