Not at all.
Yeah...does nobody remember that it only healed the druid's party?
"It's alright guys, I got a cooldown!"
(stands there channeling)
(watches half the raid die because the Rejuvs stopped rolling)
He was talking about nourish, and it WAS the go-to direct heal in wrath....
1. That's your weakness, welcome it.
2. You lose nothing and only gain when people are stacked, some classes aren't that fortunate in similar situations.
3. Player issue.
4. Possibly, but they can't lower it more than they did or the consequences to balance would be hysterical.
1. Welcome a weakness? At least try and make sense.
2. We do not gain anything substantial, and overall end up on the losing side relative to others as our HOT efficiency plummets. Mushrooms may solve that (and currently add some). I also assume you are going to mention swiftmend, but at a 3 person cap, we only marginally benefit from raid stacking. It is ridiculously easy to achieve without stacking, and even then, melee always provides that small grouping. Additionally, we do actually end up "losing" overall. Our over-healing skyrockets in stacking situations, as every class has a much more powerful toolkit for stacked healing. Unless you consider over-healing a positive, you are wrong. Any slight benefit from muchrooms and to swiftmend is easily off-set by a loss of efficiency in our HOTs.
3. What a cop out. There is no choice, or "player" decision to be made. The term sniping is just a synonym for over-healing. Either you use your HOT based tool-kit and get "sniped", or don't heal at all. Additionally, there should never be any expectation for other healers to do anything but heal at their maximum amount if mana allows. Personally I think it is just part of being a druid, and usually more about over-gearing or using too many healers. But, really, telling him to "L2P" is all you can manage? Classy.
4. Hyperbole much? So if they lowered it another 5%, "balance would be hysterical". Don't bother breaking out the spreadsheets and calculations, we will just take your word for it...