Jan 9th 2008 5:54AM Suggesting one of our priest respec to CoH was probably the best idea I had all year with regards to our guild's healer crew. At the time we were still mostly farming Void Reaver and Gruul's Lair. I thought CoH could be incredibly useful for healing the melee dps in these fights and lo and behold the CoH priest started busting out some insane healing (in KZ gear only).
After that more and more of our priests went that route. As of now, none of our main raiding priests have the spirit buff. They have all opted for CoH because with just a little bit of planning that one heal can turn priests into amazing group healers.
Fights so far where it has been invaluable:
Gruul - melee/OT/MT
Lurker - limited use on melee dps
Tidewalker - healing raid through quakes
Fathom Lord - healing spit-fire totem final phase
Void Reaver - melee/OT/MT
Solarian - healing the stack of raiders
Kara/ZA - multiple applications, Hex-Lord was made for it imo
Nov 30th 2007 12:59PM I shot that on a second wipe courtesy of awful infernal drops. One of the luxuries of being the paladin is that you generally survive longer than your group members. Not that it really helps with the door being closed and all.
Nov 13th 2007 10:35AM Uhm.. going to work?
Oct 18th 2007 11:54AM #7 is right about dragon mobs down there having their elite status removed. This happenned quite a while ago and made the quests down in this area much more enjoyable. I'm not entirely sure how the alliance grind up to tanaris compares to Horde, but I'm not altogether pleased to hear Horde is getting stiffed here (Not that I was looking forward to spending anymore time in that dreadful swamp).