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2-24-2012 @ 3:05AM
I would second the "learn to heal in battlegrounds" strategy. This is how I learned. I decided to level a new toon with the intent to heal. But leveling alone meant starting with a dps spec, then dual-speccing a healer with PvP gear as a way to learn that role for the first time. Learning in battlegrounds is much more forgiving. I found it took the pressure off of being the only healer in a 5-person dungeon. And it was easier to see the effects of different sequences of spells, a sort of experimental laboratory, that would have been harder to observe within the chaos of a 25-person raid.If you end up with a group that's not playing to the battleground objective, then create your own objective, as in, staying at one node to heal a defender, or pick a player or small team that seems to be staying together and follow them around. And you may also discover you like battlegrounds.
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