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4-29-2011 @ 11:20AM
I want to comment a bit further about the said incident above, because I don't want to give the impression that we healers are so petty that we cannot take a little abuse without refusing to heal someone. The truth is, the warlock was still on my heal priority list; his behavior had simply adjusted his position. Each healer has a triage list, that is, a list of priority targets that they use to make split second decisions about who lives and who dies. IIRC, my heal priority list for the above encounter looked something like this:1. Heal the tank2. Heal myself3. Heal the squishy DPS4. Heal the slightly-less-squishy DPS5. Cleanse poison6. BoP the squishy DPS when he pulls aggro7. Sac the tank through Pound8. DPS the boss 9. Eat a Cheetos10. Cycle through my companion pets, so each can tell their little friends that they were part of a heroic Anub'arak kill.11. Wipe hand on dog and/or let dog lick off cheesy particulates.12. Do a little /dance13. Make a little /love14. Get down tonight...74. Browse eBay for Battlestar Galactica: TOS memoribilia75. ALT-TAB back into game and /gasp in horror as it's only me and the warlock left.76. Heal the warlockI hope this clears things up. Thank you.
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