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12-21-2011 @ 10:08PM
great article!healers = pvp tanks. we attract all the attention and we take an inordinate amount of damage before we go down. i love it. resto shamans are wonderful clickable-flag defenders. just put down a magma totem and keep healing yourself. you can last a good 5 to 10mins (depending on how much damage your enemies can dish). that time can sometimes spell the difference between a win and a loss.
12-22-2011 @ 10:42AM
Healers are PvP tanks. Of course!I've been a PvE tank ever since my druid learned Bear Form. It is no small wonder that, upon deciding to try PvP, I immediately gravitated towards TreeVP.----------------------------------------As a druid healer, kiting + hots is everything. Against unorganized groups (i.e. unrated BGs), it is quite easy to distract enemy players into chasing you around instead of going for the map's objectives.One particular Arathi Basin match, I teamed up with a fellow druid healer. We were down by 500 resources when my new healer friend decide to bum rush the Stables......by himself.I chased after him and together we attracted enough attention that the rest of our team 4-capped behind us. By the time we were finally killed, at least 10 of the 15 enemy players were at the stables, and we were ahead in resources 1500 to 1000.Most fun I've had in a BG in a while.
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