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12-11-2011 @ 2:32PM
So I'm wondering something, but haven't tried: If you can put HoTs on the Ice-Tomb victims, would you also be able to put a Paladin's Hand of Protection on them as well? They're going to be immobilised anyway, so why not make them immune to damage? Again I haven't tried it, and I honestly don't think Blizzard would have overlooked it. I know you can't bubble out of an ice-tomb so I'm sure the same applies to any of the forebearance spells. But it would be nice. So nice.The fight really isn't that hard to heal through. Our tank just strafes around her to avoid Focused Assault. The Ice-phase is damage free as long as people do what they're supposed to. Good time to recharge your mana pool. I find the only complicated part to be the Lightning phase. For chaining we separated our raid into groups of 3, with a healer in each. We would just chain all three at the same time, but that's a pretty damage heavy part.Our main issue with Hagara is getting a little too close to her enrage, but that's more of a dps issue anyway.This is my first raid-tier healing as a holy paladin, and I'm having a blast. The new Holy Radiance is just what the field-medic ordered.
12-16-2011 @ 4:35PM
Only one way to find out =p. tho i do know that non targeted heals will hit the people in the ice tombs. like tranq.
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