To my fellow healers
If that doesn't work I try to keep them alive if I can without losing the tank or me.
When the fight is over I say something again. That usually does it.
If it doesn't then they die and I explain to them that the purple circle or the water or whatever is bad. Some people really don't know. The other day I had someone constantly running out of my healing rain circles in the belief it was some sort of ground aoe.
11/21/2013 03:49 AMPosted by TiriélI Lifegrip them.
Except I heal on lots of non-priests, and on lowbie priests who don't have Lifegrip yet too.
When I'm not on a healer who can Lifegrip, I'll do what I can to heal through their avoidable damage, but if there's any question that I might be compromising my ability to keep the rest of the party safe, I let them drop & rez them afterwards.
If they say lol or something stupid, then I no longer heal them expect for maybe 1 HoT.
If it's LFR I don't really care, but if it's a 5man dungeon and I'm not on a geared toon it can be annoying.
My job is to heal and keep my allies up. Nothing more, nothing less. It's more fun to have a good fight healing what i would say lazy or stupid people. I heal regardless because that's my job, because that's what i signed up for, and because i don't let people down deliberately.
That said, like one of the previous poster said, I'll heal them for the first 5 secs, if they don't move out of it, then they can kiss the floor. But that depends on if the tank needs any heavy healing atm, if the choice is between keeping the tank or a dps who doesn't put in effort to avoid bad stuffs on floor, you can guess who gets to show their love to the floor. That's for lfr.
For flex/normal I'll yell in vent/mumble :D
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