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4-24-2011 @ 6:33PM
I don't quite suggest using divine shield for the transition to phase 2, I instead use avenging wrath and an aura mastery mix to smooth out the transition, since this is the best time to use aura mastery in the fight.I save divine shield for a crackle up there in phase 2, I use it in conjunction with hand of sacrifice on another target to greatly reduce the amount of damage taken and save me a bunch of mana.If this is 10-man (Which is what I specifically raid as) you may be assigned to interrupt duty, which can be quite a bit of busywork, one nice indicator of when to focus on interrupting is as soon as it comes off cooldown, since the add casts shortly after it does (Assuming you interrupted the last one) Be mindful that holy radiance and LoD is useless in 10-man raiding for this phase because you'll likely only be healing 2 other people, one of which'll be beaconed.The info here only takes into account that you're raid healing third phase, I personally focus on healing the add tank while he kites the boss around, warriors are really good for this role due to their mobility, I find.You'll still be using holy radiance, in that case, but it'll be to catch up with the tank if he runs off, use it sparingly. Since you'll have likely used divine shield by now, I recommend a hand of sacrifice-self hand of protection combo when damage gets heavy, Hand of protection is better than divine shield in conjunction with HoS anyways since it lasts 2 seconds longer.
4-24-2011 @ 6:35PM
Correction: "I personally focus on healing the add tank while he kites the [skeletons] around"
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