Warning for Vellvette: 2. All opinions should be stated as succinctly as possible.
Post: General Vezax
Infraction: 2. All opinions should be stated as succinctly as possible.
Message to User:
It doesn't really matter if it's your first post here or not, so don't add those kind of things to your post.
My guild had our first try on 25m General V tonight, and since I was one of 3 healers in our 10m attempts, I explained it to the other 4 (total of 7 healers). We decided to try to split up the healers on the MT, 3 at first until they ran oom, 3 others after that, with 1 healing the mana users getting into the vapors for mana regen. When the first 3 started healing, the other 4 were spotting just incase the 3 were having issues of whatever kind. Of course that was the plan at first. The first 3 healers' mana was great for quite some time. I ended up calling the switch on healer groups almost immediately after the first Surge of Darkness. But we ended up having to use nearly all the healers when we got to about 40% (unfortunately with the boss getting heals), and burning vapors every 30 seconds to 1 minute because of everyone getting really low. I'm here to ask on a healers perspective: managing 7 healers and making sure we always have heals on the tank, how should this be done? Is splitting up the heals like this ok to do?
Also, after the kiting from Surge of Darkness, is it suggested that the tank stay in the spot that he ends up or move him back to the middle?
p.s. my first post ever on elitistjerks! don't make fun of me, k? :P