OMG-Podcast: Healing The Pally Tank


Today, we talk to Faelong, a ret pally on the Antonidas server who doubles as a guild (and hubby) tank when needed.  He will tell us about the right way to heal the Pally Tank.  Just in case you didn’t know, over-healing can be bad for the pally tank.  Enjoy!

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And thanks to our OMG.. Priest! Podcast subscribers!  Wow, what an honor to be included on your list!  Still working on the mechanics, so bear with me. 🙂 

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Top commenter, X, suggested I talk about why I chose to play a priest.  I am working on that, X.  Thanks for the suggestion. If any of you have any other ideas, let me know. 🙂
Happy Raiding!
Exxy

4 responses to this post.

  1. How a class heals might be another great topic. I dont know if its the same for you but I see tons of other healers in my guild that rely on one or two spells as there means of healing. In looking at some logs I will see something like 80% healed from chain heal for shammies, flash of light 70% for pallies etc. Mine always seem to be consistantly balanced between renew, coh, PoM, flash heal, greater heal and usually Binding / PoH last. Now is this a case of the priest class being the “truest” healer in the game or a case of others not knowing how to play? I really cant say but I always find it interesting when looking at the logs.

    I’ve always felt that tanks and healers are the core of raiding. If you have strong foundation success comes a bit easier 🙂

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  2. Posted by tits mc gee on January 13, 2010 at 11:32 am

    get rid of the fekkin music pls. But otherwise great podcast! thanks

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    • Posted by exanna on January 13, 2010 at 1:00 pm

      LOL.. thanks… and “fekkin”. Somehow, I feel like I’ve read that word many times in guild chat. 🙂 Thanks, Tits McGee- whover you may be. lmao

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  3. Nice podcast!

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