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9-02-2011 @ 1:27PM
I definitely agree with this. Specifically, the fact that healers will be able to point out who's weak or sniping, and although I didn't really appreciate the "gossipy blondes" analogy, I guess it's true...Also, you're right that it really is useful to know what roles a person is comfortable healing. I'm usually a raid healer on the three healers I play (priest, shaman, and druid), and so when I got a disc spec on my priest (mainly for heroics, since it's easier to deal with stupid PuGs as disc) and raid leaders asked me to tank heal, I was definitely uncomfortable. I did it fine, and actually enjoy tank healing as disc now (still not really comfortable with it on my other specs, but I've done it on my shaman once or twice), but it's definitely a risk.
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