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3-10-2012 @ 10:15AM
This is the next fight we're going to learn (10 man). We've only tried it a few times. We're struggling to get the healers to not blow up the raid like crazy on purple phase (I'm one of the healers.) I think I'll have to bring up the beacon/heal a pet strategy to our paladin. Not sure if she's been doing that or not.
3-10-2012 @ 3:52PM
Use single-target big-bomb heals. Put your paladin on your tank & the other healer can keep the raid up easily. There's plenty of time to heal the incoming damage if you've killed the correct ooze. Call out healing targets on Mumble to avoid overhealing a single target. Watch for the debuff reset, too, because you can start re-building stacks. Also, do not worry about healing the raid up immediately as the new ooze phase begins. You have plenty of time while they're dpsing it down after the debuff falls off. There's no incoming damage during that window. An exception is if you've got adds + debuff, but even so, it shouldn't be too much.For our raid, the risky combo is red/yellow/black, where we have to plan cooldowns & heal like mad. Mostly when I see purple I know I'm going to be laying back & thinking about each heal.
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