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Brutallus' Burn Victims (Healer PoV)

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Brutallus' Burn Victims (Healer PoV)

Postby Pizbit » Mon May 26, 2008 9:09 pm

I'm sure some of ya heal heh, or can ask your healers.
Is there a nice mod with a little window or something to list the burn victims? Or even, how to setup decursive to show them(and thus the timer for how long they've had the burn).
We just downed Kalecgos and with only an hour or so on brutallus we got him to 54%, I'm healing on my shaman.
Basically when melee get burn I don't see them run to the burn spot(duh) and would just like an easier way to see who to heal.

While bigwigs does show them, it's in amongst a ton of other timers so not easily spotted. Just tryin to find a nice clear display.
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Postby Tisiphone » Mon May 26, 2008 9:15 pm

For healers who use grid if you want to see who got burn go to : grid > status > auras > add new debuff, make a debuff called Burn after that go to grid > frame and set the indicators for it.

If you're using Grid, that is.
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Postby Pizbit » Mon May 26, 2008 9:41 pm

Cheers, I do indeed use grid.
Dunno how you heal a 25man without it -.-
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Postby Morganim » Mon May 26, 2008 10:47 pm

Why would melee run to burn spot.

The whole point of melee being behind him is so taht they can stand there and not move the entire fight and just go balls out.
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Postby Pizbit » Tue May 27, 2008 1:47 am

Morganim wrote:Why would melee run to burn spot.

The whole point of melee being behind him is so taht they can stand there and not move the entire fight and just go balls out.


melee get burn I don't see them run to the burn spot(duh)


Hence the '(duh)', no shit they shouldn't run there, they don't! That's one reason I made this request because I DON'T see them run there because they DON'T and I need an easy way to see if they have burn because the method for ranged doesn't work with melee.
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Postby Elsie » Tue May 27, 2008 7:04 am

pretty sure it shows up on xperl, and announced in raid warning.
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Postby Splug » Tue May 27, 2008 9:14 am

We have a warlock whose job is to watch the timers for burn on DBM, and call out to the burn healers when a player's burn is down to the last 10-15 seconds, as well as when the burn for that 20-second interval was removed via cloak/block/shield/stomp. In the event that it was removed, one of them flips back to tank healing until the next end-of-burn comes up.

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Postby Cakes » Tue May 27, 2008 10:49 am

We do something similar Splug, however our healers have learned to just watch the timers on bigwigs/dbm to rely on who to heal when. The only thing we have called on vent is how many slashes people have and tanks taunting.
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Postby Lore » Tue May 27, 2008 1:13 pm

My question is "Why is a Shaman healing Burn targets" :P

Chain Heal is OP for healing a tank plus two of his Meteor Slash soakers.
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Postby ShyneeThings » Tue May 27, 2008 1:31 pm

having healed burn victims as well, u shouldnt need the rest of those bar timers on your screen if that is your primary job. If you are using Deadly Boss Mods, disable visibility of all the bars except burn-related ones. Should clear up alot of screen real estate.
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Postby Pizbit » Tue May 27, 2008 4:17 pm

Lore wrote:My question is "Why is a Shaman healing Burn targets" :P

Chain Heal is OP for healing a tank plus two of his Meteor Slash soakers.


Well, we only JUST downed kalecgos and wanted to get a few attempts in before raid was called for the night and reset happened so we were winging it for the most part. :)
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Postby Catriona » Wed May 28, 2008 2:34 am

Best healers on Burn victims are a tree doing 90% of it and a pally or a priest helping on the last few ticks.

Shamans are GD overpowered Brain Healing the soakers through the tanks.

Tip: don't make your priests sit out, you'll need them for the next fight. :twisted:
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Postby Neuron » Wed May 28, 2008 11:35 am

Catriona wrote:Best healers on Burn victims are a tree doing 90% of it and a pally or a priest helping on the last few ticks.
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Postby ShyneeThings » Wed May 28, 2008 12:40 pm

Neuron wrote:
Catriona wrote:Best healers on Burn victims are a tree doing 90% of it and a pally or a priest helping on the last few ticks.
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