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12-21-2011 @ 8:50PM
You forgot the bit where you're just chain stunned by the rogue until you die or he just straight out two shots you. :( I hate rogues on my healers.I notice you didn't inform these new battleground healers of the existence of Healers have to die. You cruel bastard.Also taunting and aggro do exist in PVP. When a rogue has just got the hunter on your team to 10% and are just about to finish them off and you stroll up and heal them to full again, that is a taunt and generates 1000k aggro on that rogue. The hunter will then generate aggro from you by running away while you're slowly murdered by the rogue. Having aggro from a healer on your own team is different though and just means they'll ignore your screams for help and laugh while you die.No, battleground healing doesn't make you bitter, what are you talking about?
12-21-2011 @ 10:14PM
12-22-2011 @ 12:32AM
I approve this comment. I'd also like to add that, as a Disc healer in BGs, it's pretty fun to pull aggro on 10 Horde (I'm Alliance) and have them all dogpile on me because I keep everyone else alive that's around me. Yes, death comes often, but it's nice to know that it takes 6 or more to drop me, and usually after 2-3 minutes of me bubbling and running in circles laughing at them as my renew tops me up. Meanwhile, the rest of my team is taking the flag, the tower or mopping up the other 3 or 4 who are still beating on the shield that warrior has on him.
12-22-2011 @ 4:52AM
There's a whole post coming about PvP addons, but I agree that HHTD is one of the more handy ones out there, along with SaySapped and LoseControl.And aggro definitely exists, agreed! Like I say, more on that later... Thanks for the comments!Olivia
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