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9-02-2011 @ 1:51PM
I agree overall but I do have to object somewhat to the it's not the boss/specs fault section. You can't completely ignore the fact that different classes have different spells with different mechanics.I'll use one example, heavy ae/raid healing while everyone needs to be spread out. This type of situation is absolutely brutal on a resto shaman because all our AE heals require clumping to be effective. Healing rain has a small area that it covers and for Chain heal to bounce well and the max number of times people need to be clumped up together so it can pick the lowest health target not just the only person in range who needs a heal. Clump people up for something like chimareon and a resto shaman will do well but spread them out and it's a pain. By comparison, this is really easy for a resto druid to handle as long as people aren't at risk for an immediate death because they can spread around hots to cover a lot of people and do a high HPS.
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