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11-08-2011 @ 3:19PM
Additional advice for starting resto heals- always make sure water shield is up - regular healing wave is your friend. 'maintainence' healing on tank for me is typically, riptide, healing wave, healing wave, riptide (other party member), healing wave, healing wave...
11-08-2011 @ 3:30PM
This. So much this.With Resurgence, Water Shield is the biggest source of mana return that we have. If you let it drop in the middle of a fight and forget to refresh, you will be oom very quickly.During a low damage cycle, my casts look like Docseuzz with an occasional CH if there has been some random damage.
11-08-2011 @ 3:51PM
plus with resurgence, a regular healing wave crit actually generates mana. Another option, although it takes some practice, and knowing the fights, is to talent into telluric currents, and whenever you're not healing, throw a LB or two at the boss. I try to slide one in between every third or forth heal to greatly reduce my mana burden.
11-08-2011 @ 4:05PM
i second the importance of keeping water shield upi set my healbot buff monitor to watch for it and also have it bound so once my bar changes red i hit it.
11-08-2011 @ 5:44PM
Water Shield's 3 charges + near-constant AoE damage = sad shaman constantly wasting globals refreshing his shield instead of healing people
11-08-2011 @ 5:52PM
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11-09-2011 @ 2:56AM
Now Cbeefman needs to chime in with "I love you too random poster!":-D
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