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1-28-2012 @ 6:25PM
@g.dawsonplus3:I think you will find that the vast majority of healers don't mind resurrecting after a wipe if they are asked politely instead of it being an expectation.The reason for this is that many of us were treated like "heal b*tches" when we first started out, whose sole job was to make sure that the real "rock stars" of the group lived to have their look-at-me-daddy moments. As a result, a lot of healers (yours truly included) have a very low tolerance for arrogant BS. You want to make my life difficult and treat me like I'm your servant? Bye. I'll have another group in a minute or two. Happy trails.But a group that is respectful, earnestly trying, and just struggling/inexperienced? That group I will pick up and put on my back, to see them successfully to the end, no matter how long it takes.So if someone says to me, "Hey, I have to go check on my dad, could I get a rez when I get back" or "I need a bio break, would you mind rezzing me," that's no problem whatsoever. But if someone's been particularly mouthy or conceited, or very clearly had the expectation that he/she didn't have to make the walk of shame because I could rez, I tell them to enjoy the scenery on the way back.
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