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    Default Main-healer Chloro build

    I just ran LH with a 44 Mage who main healed the entire instance. I was blown away. Could anyone here give me links to a chloro build that will be able to main heal a 5-man?

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    i too would like to see some Working specs, i read a post not to long ago with ppl saying it is pretty easy to solo near all instances with a chloro but they did not post any specs.

    I am more interested in solo healing T2 specs, i can do the trash but struggle on some bosses as a full 51 chloro rest in warlock for opp

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    Quote Originally Posted by agodin View Post
    i too would like to see some Working specs, i read a post not to long ago with ppl saying it is pretty easy to solo near all instances with a chloro but they did not post any specs.

    I am more interested in solo healing T2 specs, i can do the trash but struggle on some bosses as a full 51 chloro rest in warlock for opp
    I can't speak for the actual build, but as a dps/tank warrior who has run every t2 with nothing but a chloro (With a rogue going bard for some of the fights designed to be two heals) -- I know her build is 32/34 chloro/lock

    To OP: Yes, the fact that only clerics can heal is a relic and a misconception, Clerics are fairly awesome tnaks (well off-tanks in raids, they're avoidance tanks, things get dicey when you put them in front of a raid boss -- but t1's/t2's they're fine), can pull 600 dps easily. Likewise Rogues can tank, support, dps. all in one.

    MAges are dps and healers -- and a good chloro can solo heal just about anything that is solohealable -- and some stuff that isn't; Only real problem is they need a target to heal off of, and in some fights that gets.. dicey.

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    Default chloro builds

    i mainly healed w/ the 51pt build.
    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0zRz_.EdIuqAIkRR.hMjc
    there was a lot of discussion on the forums as to "just how useful" the 51pts really are. however, i could easily heal T1 and i was pushing into T2 at the time as well.

    recently i changed to 2 different chloro specs

    solo build (+6 pts to put somewhere...i use them in necro myself for consumption)
    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0z...oVcz.Ex0z0xoVx
    i use this mainly for walkin around and doin stuff. though it is a capable heal spec if you need to jump into it to help the group out. the bonus being you also have the air ele to boost spell pwr if you have to do that.

    healing build (testing)
    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0z...ckoo.xx0V0VV.m
    chlorlock. got +SP/+SC/+HP... good for healer
    elemental for extra +SC
    then in chloro all the necessary junk you would expect to see. nothing specially there.
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    This works as chloro / warlock

    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0z...qxo.xdIuoAckoo

    You can also combine chloro with archon for more buffs/support but less damage and much less survivability

    Solo healed T1s and some T2s with it.
    Last edited by Timmey; 04-02-2011 at 02:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyMetalLucidity View Post
    healing build (testing)
    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0z...ckoo.xx0V0VV.m
    chlorlock. got +SP/+SC/+HP... good for healer
    elemental for extra +SC
    then in chloro all the necessary junk you would expect to see. nothing specially there.
    Natural disclaimer since as noted, i'm not a chloro, just a build junkie -- couldn't you take the 4 out of elem, and 1 out of accelerated growth, put those 5 in Imp Warlock armor -- 10% damage increase against 1% damage and 4% crit.

    Dunno, just something to think about.

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    this is the spec you should go if your new to chloro

    http://rift.zam.com/en/stc.html?t=0z...cz0o.xx0V0Vqxo


    later on when u feel comfortable enough you should consider swapping out warlock for archon as that combo bring alot more to the healing table but with more work

    theres a thread about it on the main page:

    http://forums.riftgame.com/showthrea...rom-Experience

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    I ran CC yesterday and we had a rogue main tank it and a chloro heal it. I as a tanking warrior had to dps it. Kinda left a foul taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyuubin View Post
    Natural disclaimer since as noted, i'm not a chloro, just a build junkie -- couldn't you take the 4 out of elem, and 1 out of accelerated growth, put those 5 in Imp Warlock armor -- 10% damage increase against 1% damage and 4% crit.

    Dunno, just something to think about.
    somethin to try. i might try it on a dummy later. would likely give more consistent dmg rather than higher burst. which would mean overall higher heals.

    of course my crit is high too so i dunno... if you are criting regularly then crits are your friend.
    Last edited by HeavyMetalLucidity; 04-02-2011 at 06:14 PM.
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