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    Default Storm Legion Expert dungeon healing role. Sentinel/DRUID

    NOTE: This is not a beginner's healing role. If you're already familiar with all cleric souls, and have decent gear (around 4000 spell power), this will work great.

    48 Sentinel/28 Druid/0 Warden

    Pros
    2 INTERRUPTS !, Notion Theft (10 sec CD) and Grim Silence (30 sec CD).
    Greater Healing Faerie offers "passive" healing for you, tank, and the group. Especially useful when you're under some form of debilitate/stun. (Like being cocooned)
    Pet can be quickly summoned if killed in AE's.
    Fury of the Fae gives you and your pet ~225 spell power. Life Touched gives 6% spell power.

    Cons
    You lose at least 28% healing by applying 28 points into Druid rather than another healing soul. Some of Druid and the Healing pet makes up for this, however. (And in more ways than just healing%, but in passive healing that doesn't consume your GCD)

    I really like having an interrupt as a healer, because there are many times where the group will wipe because nobody can interrupt.

    Macros

    Main/spam healing:
    Code:
    #show Shield of Oak
    suppressmacrofailures
    cast Shield of Oak
    cast @mouseoverui Healing Invocation
    cast @focus Healing Invocation
    Code:
    #show Notion Theft
    suppressmacrofailures
    stopcasting
    party INTERRUPTING %t !
    cast notion theft
    cast grim silence
    cast slumber
    Single target cleanse:
    Code:
    #show Cleansing Prayer
    suppressmacrofailures
    cast @mouseoverui Cleansing Prayer
    cast @group01 Cleansing Prayer
    cast @group02 Cleansing Prayer
    cast @group03 Cleansing Prayer
    cast @group04 Cleansing Prayer
    cast @group05 Cleansing Prayer
    ..and so on, ending with @group20 Cleansing Prayer
    Instant heal/Heal over time:
    Code:
    #show Healing Breath
    suppressmacrofailures
    cast @mouseoverui Healing Breath
    cast @mouseoverui Healing Spray
    AE heals:
    Code:
    #show Divine Call
    suppressmacrofailures
    cast Divine Call
    cast Healing Communion
    Tips:

    Enraptured Breath causes your Healing Breath to heal up to 2 other party members for 60% the amount healed. Use this in combination with your AE heals.

    Focus your tank so that your main heal macro heals the tank. Mouseover a party member in the group/raid window to heal them instead, when needed.

    Use Fae Dispersion to spread pet heals to the entire group (pet healing is reduced by 40% however). This is only useful in heavy AE fights, like most in Exodus of the Storm Queen.

    Target the mob when healing, so that you can interrupt when needed.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX9Xhdstz80
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    EDIT: The main/spam heal should be simply

    #show Shield of Oak
    cast Shield of Oak
    cast Healing Invocation

    ..since @mouseoverui and @focus override one another.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX9Xhdstz80
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    So whats the point behind this spec?

    I can see a need of AoE healing behind this spec and those 2 Interrupts ... but ... I would rather go 48Puri/24Sent/4Oracle.
    Of course you'll loose the "passive" healing of the fairy but you could pre-shield your group with SoS/SoT if your shields fall off you could use gathering of flames and after that you would still have a 3-player hitting healing breath.

    And to be honest, i do not remember any fight where you need that massive ammount of AoE healing.

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    There's not a massive amount of AoE healing with this build. And the build you're using does not have any interrupts, which is what distinguishes this build from ALL other healing builds.

    As a healer I consider it my job to keep people alive. So if there's anything I can do, like taking the responsibility of interrupting, I'll do that. Instead of just assuming or expecting the tank or DPS to do it. Because in a lot of PUG's they don't and it ends in a wipe or DPS dying one by one.

    So it just makes things run more smoothly in an SLE. The pet is also very helpful, for the reasons I mentioned earlier.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX9Xhdstz80
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    First of all, i didnt wanted to sound rude or offensive, i where truly interested in why you would play this spec.

    So its mostly because of Interrupts, so its more like an secondary spec you carry around if you get bad pugs.

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