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12-31-2011 @ 12:53AM
My clutch healing happened on Thursday. We were in ZA doing the bird boss. The tank pulled with the mage outside, so he didn't contribute. The shammy died to lightning storm twice. At that point, it was the tank, an undergeared dk dps and me, healing on my pally alt. Somehow, I managed to keep everyone alive while being tossed between 4 of the big birds and being outside for the thunderstorms. I still don't know how I managed to pull that one off.
12-31-2011 @ 11:54PM
I don't have any max-level healers, so it was not *my* clutch healing moment, although it was my clutch tanking moment.I had just finished leveling my now-main rogue (switched from a feral to help the guild, not only but in part due to the legendaries). I do not remember if she had a bit of heroic FL gear, or maybe just the head and trinket from a Rag kill on monday, but even so, she was really not well geared.It was ZA, bear boss. The tank died, god-knows-why, with the boss at 70%. I didn't notice the boss health, otherwise I might have given up right there. The moment the boss turned to me, I hit evasion, used a 5-CP Recuperate, and continued dps'ing. It was then that I saw the boss health, still above 50%, and the disc priest at less than half his mana. My only thought was 'wipe', but I kept on tanking the boss. Evasion ended with the boss at a bit more than 30%. I went so close to death many many times, was saved more than once by a tick of Recup, and the healer was completely OOM, but we killed the boss.After it was over I typed on party chat 'Plate tanks are overrated' XD
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