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    Rift Disciple
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    Default Cleric in PvP

    How is it at 50? I am wanting to roll a cleric and was just wondering the general consensus out there.
    Do you guys heal or dps? and why?

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    Prophet of Telara NatashaK's Avatar
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    If there's PvP, you need to be aware of your surroundings and be prepared to heal. There's no excuse for any class but a warrior not to have a healing spec and there's no excuse for a warrior not being ready to use guard on a healer. If there aren't 1.5 blue names per group (bard counting as a .5) I'm going full heals. If there are enough, I'm still going melee heals.

    Is healing in PvP hard? Yes if the other team is good.

    Generally winning a warfront comes down to:
    1) Doing the objective rather than chasing players
    2) Focus Fire
    3) Whoever has more heals

    In a PUG vs PUG you can assume that the first two dont happen at all and it comes down to raw healing power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NatashaK View Post
    If there's PvP, you need to be aware of your surroundings and be prepared to heal. There's no excuse for any class but a warrior not to have a healing spec and there's no excuse for a warrior not being ready to use guard on a healer. If there aren't 1.5 blue names per group (bard counting as a .5) I'm going full heals. If there are enough, I'm still going melee heals.

    Is healing in PvP hard? Yes if the other team is good.

    Generally winning a warfront comes down to:
    1) Doing the objective rather than chasing players
    2) Focus Fire
    3) Whoever has more heals

    In a PUG vs PUG you can assume that the first two dont happen at all and it comes down to raw healing power.
    Great advice. What about damage as a cleric? is it viable?

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