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      Welcome to the Elitist Jerks forums, a WoW discussion forum targeted towards topics regarding high-end raiding and analysis of game mechanics. We ask you to take a few minutes to read the following before making use of these forums.   First, a point of clarification. The name of these forums is not intended ironically; we have high standards for the discussion that occurs herein, and we're quite unapologetic about it. If you feel our rules are stupid or arbitrary, we don't really care. If you don't wish to follow them, you're welcome to return to the official Blizzard forums.   Following is a brief listing of our forum rules; note that it is by no means exhaustive, as in our experience people are quite innovative in finding new ways to be stupid. These are simply a set of guidelines to get you started in the right direction. 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  • Character Name Namis
  • Gender Male
  • Race Tauren
  • Class Druid
  • Realm Lightbringer
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  1. [Resto] Simple questions + WoL Feedback

    Hello! And TY again nice sites and forums. And to the business.. I have a problem, i have been healer a long time and after lich king died allmost every patch i have been raiding in 10mans. Now cause of mythics we killed Garrosh in 10's and now we did change to 25 mans. Problem is that i have used to be good healer and one of the top healers in guild. Now i feel like im not doing good work. Can i ask, do you see am i doing something wrong or should i do something more or in different way? here is mine logs from today: http://www.worldoflogs.com/reports/rt-swkv03nj44se5f9o/details/8/ and from yesterday:http://www.worldoflogs.com/reports/rt-cgy0cv66nwm5hmhv/details/6/ Is there something wrong or isi just class thingy that cant heal better in 25's...? I love theory crafting and also allways trying to improve my gaming and charrecter thats why im asking now what should i do.. I cant see what i do wrong... Ty for youre answers beforehand and im waiting for youre answers.. -Namis ps.http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/lightbringer/Namis/advanced this is my armory
  2. [Resto] Mists of Pandaria 5.4

    Hey! Ty for youre answers. It did not helped me much, all waht you did tell me i was allready knowing, and alos noadays have payd more atenttion to my mastery buff... I know druids are doing OH a lot and its ok with me, I was just wondering can i do more... but now i know the answer :) just take it easy and continue what im doing :) i just need to be a bit calmer with my heals; a bit less rejus and also not so much use Genesis :) but anyway GL with youre gaming and keep up the good work :) -Namis
  3. [Resto] Mists of Pandaria 5.4

    Hello! At first, its nice that Rdruids have this kind of place where players can find lot of info and help even if you are in HC content. Thank you all of you guys! Then to the point. I have a bit OVERHEALING PROBELEM. I dont know, I have had some kind of tought that im good healer, but in past months I have had doubts in it. Currently we are doing 10 man heroics (12/14hc) and everything is going pretty well. My problem is, that i do have lot of overhealing issues with our DISC priest. Im doing huge overheals, I mean HUGE like in some kills i do have 200% OH... and thats not good, not at all. I do also have mana issues (supprise!!! :P ). What do I do wrong? Is it just that im too active with disco, or should I do things differently. If I give you picture to my healing it goes like, pre hot few peeps, when damage comes hot more, use WG and if theres lot of damage i use genesis, or trank.....etc.. as you know its pretty hard to tell others what you do exactly. Here is on of our PRE clear raid logs http://www.worldoflogs.com/reports/rt-gq1srscsmcqln8dp/ Can i have some advices, should I just stop pre hotting, and also stop hot:ing rejus at the small damage taken situations? What will I do then? just "sit down and watch"? or should I use different spells? Im a bit pissed of in this cause dont know how I can improve my healing done, and stop using all my mana to OH's? Is there any other druids who does have same problems? how you have managed wiht it? Its just, DISCOS YBERsmart heals heals and bubbles everthing and i just basicly wait :) i dont want to raid like that :D Thank you for you're answers and sorry my bad english and typos :) -Namis