Posts Tagged ‘Healing’

Healing the Day After Tomorrow

World of Warcraft patch 3.3 is expected to hit the day after tomorrow (or tomorrow if you live on the other side of the Atlantic ocean), bringing with it the brand-spanking new Icecrown Citadel raid instance to entertain us for months and months to come. If you are raiding as a healer you will have […]

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Healer Burnout

This is a post I’ve been meaning to write for a while, yet other stuff always got in the way. Casual Raid Leader Starman wrote a post a while ago on why wrath is burning out healers and why healing in wrath isn’t fun. His main reason: Fights are too hard for healers. Seriously. Now, […]

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Resto Shamans in 3.2

The final patchnotes for 3.2 are out, as is the patch itself in the US. We over here in the EU will have to wait another day for our chance to fight not one, but TWO jormungar worms. Time enough to have a detailed look into what the patch changed for us restoration shamans. I […]

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Sniping and Overhealing

Sydera has an excellent post over at World of Matticus about healing meters and how to read them. I very much agree with most of what’s said there, except for her views on heal sniping. The comments also bring up the topic of overhealing which I’ll address below.

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Healing Vezax as Enhancement

UPDATE: there are reports that this strategy doesn’t work very well any more. I have not tested this in 3.2, but be advised that it may not be a good idea these days. It was fun while it lasted. UPDATE 2: It is confirmed, enhancement healing is dead. Enhancement shamans receive a healing debuff similar […]

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