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8-12-2011 @ 11:57AM
''This is certainly one fight where stacking healers is not the best solution.''We got our first kill on Staghelm the other night after increasing to 8 healers by accident. We were running with 6 or 7 healers but on the night our resto shammys were both off. Both me and the other enhance shammy went resto due to some confusion on what exactly the RL wanted. Long story short we killed him very easily after just 2 attempts. This is after a few nights of wiping and maybe 30 attempts with 6 or 7 healers where the closest we got was a sub 5% wipe.I must admit I didn't actually do much healing apart from during scorpion phases. As I had specced purely for the fight I used Focused Insight to boost heals during scorpion phase. During cat phase I spammed Lightning Bolt to regen mana through Teluric Currents, the spirits were my dps priority during this phase.
8-12-2011 @ 1:43PM
i would agree, we just started working on him and go from 6 to 7 and i still feel one more wouldnt hurt at all...and as not topin meters with your os... healing isnt bout that, its about those healz come in right time at right place... and of course those 3 min cd, damm maybe this can be the fight where holy priest really shine (anyone notice hw: sanctuary actualy heals now?.p) but i feel realy gimped and jealous on others,,( or maybe i need to find a way to force ppl click that damm lightwell.D)
8-12-2011 @ 6:54PM
I totally agree with what your saying about meter topping not being important. I really only posted that second part for the benefit of any other shaman out there that may find themselves in my position. Overall I done little healing but what healing I did do definitely helped as it came when it was most needed.And yeah properly co-ordinated healing cd's really make or break the fight. SLT was the only reason I was even asked to go resto for it :P
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