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Alright, now that my guild is finally 14/14H, we are now going back to the beginning of the SoO instance for farming. We are a 10 man group and I am paired up with a Disc priest who is really good (Gwenymph - he is active on the priest forums).
Okay, here's my question and I hope it makes sense because it may get confusing.
This question is about bubbles (Holy Paladin Illuminating healing and other similar spells with other healing classes) and what takes priority. I will drop this down to simple numbers to hopefully give clarity.
Let's say Healer A casts a 100 HP bubble. Right afterwards Healer B casts a 100 HP bubble. At this moment, there is a 200 HP bubble. Now let's say a 50 HP damage goes out. Which bubble gets the benefit of the heal? Does Healer A because he casted first? Or does Healer B since his was the last heal? This comes down to FIFO (First in First Out) vs LIFO (Last in First out).
Okay, let's take this a step further. Let's say that Healer A gets the heal credit because he threw the bubble out first. Since his bubble never broke, he still has a 50 HP hanging around. If he casts an additional 50 HP bubble, does his stack with the existing one making it 100 HP again? If another 50 HP damage attack goes out, does Healer A continuously get the heal credit?
I'm not sure if this has ever been asked before, I'm assuming it has, but I was unable to find it since it can be an odd topic discussion. I was really hoping there was a Healer forum where all classes can collaborate, but since there isn't, I decided to stick this in my home here at the Paladin forums.
Ready.. set.. discuss!
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Talents: SoL / FoJ / EF / Clemency / HA / LH. Purity can be useful too but go with what works for you. Glyphs: Divine Plea / Hand of Sac / Protector of the innocent Stat priority: spirit > everything. Spirit flask & 300 spirit food. When raid damage gets insane, pop 1 healing CD - never more than one at a time. If that's an insufficient healing boost you failed at something else. When tank damage gets insane use HoP, HoS, LoH etc. Never try to outheal crazy tank dmg, always try to mitigate the damage altogether. HoP when available on people who get that chomp debuff. generally i found as long as things don't get out of control EF will often top people off for you. Use stuns as much as possible incl blinding light. Generally want to be with close to tank for increased healing from lights hammer and for stuns. To me the most amazing tool we have for this is hand of reckoning. This will save your ass when the conq's start destroying the tank. Pop it on the conq, and just run - maybe with a SoL. Keeping the conq running back and forth will reduce their DPS on your tank and make the whole thing really trivial. Righteous fury on yourself always. Might not be necessary, but i used it to ensure this always worked and keep the conq's away from my dps. (my ilvl was 550)