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12-28-2011 @ 8:11AM
Play as healer. Set tank on follow, lean back and only cast instant heals on them.DPS can look after themselves
12-28-2011 @ 8:49AM
I think you healed Well of Eternity for me last week. Damn, that was annoying.
12-28-2011 @ 8:50AM
I've done this as well, but only if the DPS are complete and total idiots and repeatedly do things that they aren't supposed to do. As a healer I do try to look after the DPS if my assigned tank is doing well, but otherwise the Tank gets my priority and the DPS will just have to deal with it. Don't get me wrong, I also Queue as DPS and I have tanked, but not very often. I love to DPS, but I just recently got into healing and I love it. I find tanking fun but the responsibilities involved can be time consuming and I don't want to do that much work. lol. Shinanji
12-28-2011 @ 8:53AM
That's called being a scumbag to your group.
12-28-2011 @ 9:04AM
I only did this while levelling, which trained monkey could do (Though how hard some healers failed when I levelled my tanked makes me wonder). Or when clearing the trash on transmog runs (Or any other way out geared content)The new three I still pay most my attention too. The rest of it is distracted by how pretty they are.
12-28-2011 @ 10:14AM
I admit that I sometimes continue to Smite-spam for Atonement healing, as the ranged die from standing in the fire. Hey, if they wanted to live, they could have moved into Atonement heal range! Why should my DPS suffer because of them?
1-04-2012 @ 4:31AM
Yup,instant heals for everyone (Discipline's awesome absorb shields + Glyph of PW:S are usually enough for dps)Atonement heals go to the tank (Holy Fire + Smite --> Archangel wings bcuz they're pretty) or that over-zealous plate dps.in leveling dungeonsOf course, when the tank tries to check if I'm awake and pull three trash packs at once I pop Penance and start on the real heals.I sometimes use Prayer of Healing for the heck of it too.
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