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1-11-2012 @ 7:27AM
"And if your healer gets angry with you for using your abilities, healing yourself, paying attention to the mechanics and the like, then don't worry. You're doing the right thing -- and while you may have angered one of the 10 million or so people who play WoW, you'll make many others very much more cheerful."But i was supposed to make my healer happy. Even if it's just one person, it's still a healer, and thus the subject of this post. And i made him angry, when i was supposed to make him happy. Oh, i'm so confused... /Sarcasm offThe idea is quite nice and i agree with it, since i'm a healer too. What amazes me was that you didn't mention Dark Intent and Focus Magic. Even though they're tools to increase other player's DPS, they can increase healing as well (and DI goes so well along with resto druids even).A tip from a pro:- Be nice. Start the instance with a "Hi everyone", and add a few random fun gossips along the run.
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