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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 2:35 pm
by Deathcome
I used to raid alot with my friends/family as well as CC a few time and they usually use numbers which i also perferr
(PS Ariel~ Its /pause then /cast casting and then pausing does nothing :jester )

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 9:00 am
by clerix
imo numbers just make healers lazier, but thats my opinion....

but what i think would rock, would be a post of mobs and what normal numbers we need for chain... not everyone can remeber just what we need for what mob, and ive noticed a few raids where nobody was making heal chain, and i would like to be able to contribute, but after 9 expansions and 4 million boss mobs later, they all seem the same.. also add in if any mobs need SL chain versus CH chain, would make it alot easier or it may just confuse some people all to hell...

i need more coffee...

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 9:52 am
by Ophidion
Numbers in a cheal chain are put there for a reason, to tell the officers when people aren't casting cheals on time and for retards who dont know how to recognize their own names in channels. Numbers are a GOOD THING.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 11:57 am
by Kyriake/Kyriaki
Why do you use /auction for your heal rotations? We have a tfheal channel specifically for healers. All the healers have to be in it anyway so why clutter up the /auction channel?

I'm in tfheal..I look there for who's doing what, where, when and how. Having to look in the /auction channel seems rather ridiculous (which, btw, I have that channel filtered out so I have to turn it on every raid.)

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 12:13 pm
by phishn00
The purpose of TFheal is communication between healers. For example, one of the healers for RT goes oom, they call it in TFheal so that another healer can step in to take their place. When a CH message is going off every 3 or 4 seconds, it's easy for healers to miss messages like that.

I'm in tfheal..I look there for who's doing what, where, when and how. Having to look in the /auction channel seems rather ridiculous

It's not your job to keep track of what everyone else is doing. You're not a cleric, so there's no need for you to worry about the CH chain. We have excellent clerics in TF. Aamedor for example has as much raiding experience as nearly any cleric on this server, and he does a kick ass job leading the clerics when necessary.

Again, relax. Let people do their jobs.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 12:20 pm
by Zyzzerzazz
simple answer...spam.

Spam in tfheal = peeps missing heal orders.

Heal orders are kinda important.

ALL healers should keep a close ear to tfheal.....hell a shammy fast heal crit can keep a tank up for that sec needed and save the raid possiable.....stay in tfheal, but only worry about the Chain when some1 dies in chain or goes oom.

make new chat windows...why filter auction...no1 ever uses it to spam you unwanted shit.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 12:57 pm
by Imphe
Actually, i think keeping an eye on tfheal is a good idea. Even I do it on some events. I also watch tfpull even when I'm not on the pull team. Every little bit helps.