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6-16-2011 @ 1:25PM
HHTD works well in PvE, too. Good for occasional tanks who don't have every single trash pull memorized; any enemy type that's ever cast a heal near you will forever be marked as a healer on future runs, serving as a reminder when you're staring at a group, trying to remember who gets CC'd.
6-16-2011 @ 1:49PM
This sounds incredibly useful for PVE, especially for a mob-dyslexic person like me who constantly gets them confused (Lost City, I'm looking at YOU).
6-16-2011 @ 2:47PM
If it forever labels mobs as healers, does it do the same for players? ie, if xXLoLShamWoWXx is resto today, and elemental tomorrow, will my HHTD continue to label him as a healer?
6-16-2011 @ 3:44PM
@Messaiah-- I don't think it does. I could be mistaken.
6-21-2011 @ 10:46AM
Messiah - I think you can set a 'healing threshold' and any player that puts out heals that cross that threshold is marked. I don't think it keeps a database of player information out there. So if a priest runs up and starts healing, he gets marked. If he runs up the next time and is dpsing, then it doesn't mark him.I have the addon and love it. It's very useful, and I've created a macro that yells "(target) is a healer! Kill him!" whenever someone lights up as a healer. It's great to see everyone around you switch to the healer and burn him down. Not so great if you're the healer though...
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