May 30th 2009 2:34AM Because we are, hands down. I'll try to make this short. Shamans have received no nerf's, it is the ridiculous buffs of other classes and the SCALING in Ulduar that has truly destroyed our class. That, along with fight mechanics of Ulduar have killed us. Our heals are inefficient and slow compared to Druids and Priests atm, especially Priests.
I'm in a guild that downs Yogg every week and working on several hard modes, and trust me, you can't settle for "Well you didn't get nerfed" in those hard modes. It takes the best. My parses over a month show this and the parses of the best players in the world show this. Elite top guilds are explaining why they can't afford to bring resto shamans, and blizzards sits on their collective arses.
That's what is wrong. In short.
May 29th 2009 5:04PM over 20 pages and over 20 threads a day on Shaman Forums/Healing Roles and still no questions being answered for Restoration Shamans in PvE.
Yeah, how thrilling.
May 4th 2009 12:52PM Whoa whoa whoa, I'm not going anywhere. I'm just going to make it miserable and insult you weekend raiders and gap fillers whenever I can.
You people honestly think by signing a ToS you agree and APPROVE of everything? I take it you're part time workers to go along with part time raiding.
May 2nd 2009 4:08PM Go PvP and run Naxx, casuals. I'm just glad I shot footage of my guild getting to Mimiron during the FIRST week on a bugged out oldschool server as proof.
Welfare epics has a whole new meaning now. GG, Blizz.
Jan 9th 2009 4:05PM I have been an officer, guild leader, and overall healer in and out of all those positions. I have never found healing meters to be "suck". Most of the time the best healers have the lowest over healing, and ironically the worst healers have high over healing. That speaks for miles.
The only "healers" who have any right to complain about the meters are Discipline priests in their revolutionary struggle to become PvE useful. In my experience the best healers are easily recognizable by charts when studied over a period of time.
Goodluck to anyone else who uses some measure aside from statistics to decide who their best healers are.