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4-18-2011 @ 8:38PM
Have to say I completely disagree with you Dawn, I've used mouseover healing (via Vuh'do and prior to that addon grid/clique) on all four of my healers for as long as I can remember, I've never felt that it has slowed me down in the least nor does it cause me to stand in bad. I don't really get the connection you are forming between mouseover healing and being able to stay alive. As far as it being "slower", I don't have to let my mouse hover over the intended target for an inordinate amount of time, by the time the cast has started I've moved on to a different target. As for accidently hovering your mouse over the "wrong" target, perhaps the issue there isn't mouseover healing but using raid frames that are stupidly small. In raid situations I can always tell the people who are "clickers" because they are the people unless they have spiderman reflexes are usually the ones whose targets die the most.
4-19-2011 @ 9:54AM
I'm a clicker and I'm no spiderman, but I'm fairly certain I'm an expert healer. I don't often run into a healer equivalent. (Buffin' my muffin is a fun passtime!)As it's been said numerous times before - it depends what you're comfortable with. I've known amazing players that do both.
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