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8-26-2011 @ 4:04PM
It's been my experience that healers need to have the most knowledge of other classes to do their job well. A good healer can keep the raid up. A great healer knows when to call for the tank to pop a personal CD or a raid wall to prevent, or recover from, a damage spike. They know what other healing classes are capable of so that the raid is using the right spell at the right to, stacking with each other's strengths to maximize the healing crew's output. That great healer coordinates raid and personal cooldowns to smooth out the incoming damage.Maybe it's just the guys and gals I've run with, but having a healer who can manage 9/24 other players' "oh crap" buttons makes a raid night more successful.
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