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9-12-2011 @ 12:34AM
I think your mention of Circle of Healing, Chase, properly gets at the point I made earlier, that holy priests have the advantage on discipline priests in terms of sustainable raid healing. Raid healing has two axes, really: burst and sustainable. Resto druids and holy priests are the best at sustainable AoE, but discipline priests might be the best at burst AoE (though shamans might be, also). What makes disc priests good at burst AoE healing is having a spammable AoE option that interacts well with Divine Aegis (which double dips into both crit and mastery) for added value...but they certainly can't spam it for too long, certainly not for the length of an encounter.I did enjoy your article, though. I enjoy thinking about healer composition and how they interact.
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