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2-13-2012 @ 1:42AM
I've picked up Shaman healing recently, as well as Atonement Priest. In Wrath, I was a Paladin healer. Number crunching is fantastic for those that do it, but please bear in mind it is NEVER necessary to do the job.I've never done it, and I am by no means a poor healer. I was loved in Wrath, especially before the times of LFD. Tank and Heal spec Paladin that wasn't bad at either? I was a superstar.Today, I've pushed aside Paladin heals in favor of (finally!) being able to throw water on my team, or heal through doing damage. I still don't use spreadsheets and massive number crunching, but some times they are useful if you want to see the gritty mechanics or how top end people do it, so you can tweak your own personal style slightly.Don't let lots of numbers and math scare you off. And if you are ever in the Priest department - seriously try Atonement healing. Changed the whole healing world, for me.
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