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5-02-2011 @ 9:23AM
So, I'm a main-spec Shadow Priest that has recently stepped into the shoes of Holy for heroic runs (if only for the Satchels) and I find myself struggling in the new Troll instances. Might you be willing to eventually give a quick rundown on healing strategies for the new bosses for those of us that may be new to healing or perhaps returning to it after all of the many changes since Cata launch?I'd like to add that while I am still a Shadow Priest at heart, I find myself reading your articles quite often to see the other side of Priesting, as well as to keep up to date on certain things just in case my raid ever asks me to step into a healing role (which has happened before). I really enjoy your columns, keep it up!
5-02-2011 @ 11:37AM
http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/04/26/patch-4-1-guide-to-the-new-zulgurub/http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/04/26/patch-4-1-guide-to-the-new-zulaman/Done and Done. The only fight that still isn't on there, oddly, is Daakara, where the strat is thus:Lynx: Pop hero, kill adds, heal like mad if your tank doesn't taunt fast enoughOther than that it's pretty simple.
5-02-2011 @ 12:02PM
Let's be honest, healing this place is rough.To successfully heal these new dungeons, you'll have to push out high HPS without burning through your mana. On top of that, your group has to know what they're doing. These aren't dungeons you can carry a dps through.
5-02-2011 @ 12:55PM
Note on Daakara: Leave the Healing Stream totems (have the tank pull the boss out of them) and stand in them yourself. The mana you gain (yes, you do gain mana) will allow you to spam your fastest heals without regard. As long as you remove the fire debuff from people, this fight becomes laughable at that point.
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