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3-12-2012 @ 9:30AM
I think the idea is that women are stereotypically more caring and interested in helping others, and thus will be more interested in healing than in pewpewing or being a meat shield, where men would typically be more interested in the latter two.That said, I love healing. I have all four healing classes at 85 and able to heal DS. I'm a guy. Maybe it's because I'm gay, but let's not get into that. Point is, I'm not into it for being helpful and caring, but because I like doing it. I'm not a fan of DPS because I generally don't do it that well (which comes down to practice, since I don't do it often and I do heal a lot). Either way, it's basically what you said, that healing is interesting to me. I have an aff lock at 85 who I do enjoy playing, but it's really undergeared and I'm out of practice.Now that I've done it so long, I've come to like being the one watching health bars and making sure that I'm staying alive. Frankly, it'd be hard for me to trust other people to be in charge of my health.And, actually, of the women I know who play, most of them do play a healer, though not necessarily as their main.
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