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Thread: do healer really need the same amount of focus as dps mage?

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    Wur
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    Default do healer really need the same amount of focus as dps mage?

    t1 50+ t2 100+ etc.
    do healer really need that much? why? if not...around what number should be fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wur View Post
    t1 50+ t2 100+ etc.
    do healer really need that much? why? if not...around what number should be fine?
    If a cleric is going with the traditional healing souls (warden, purifier, or sentinel) then you don't need focus at all. If you are doing something like senticar or the other justicar hybrid healers then you will need it for reliable conviction building.

    Focus only affects your offensive spells used against enemy targets, healing a friendly does not have a hit check.

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    The only time that you'd need hit is if you're using an offensive ability against a mob or boss.

    If you use anything on another player in your party/raid, you don't need any focus whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wur View Post
    t1 50+ t2 100+ etc.
    do healer really need that much? why? if not...around what number should be fine?
    you know you want to silence that caster that the tank missed don't you? So it runs to you through the pile and stops being annoying.

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    Well, in pvp we probably do. In pve, I have no freakin' clue.

    *when I say we I mean clerics
    Last edited by Beruwan; 04-21-2011 at 07:14 PM.

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