DECURZ ME PLZ!
Yep, even this Gnome cops the healer’s bane occasionally.
This was heard during our Friday run.
I felt guilty for a second or two, then I realized I was decursing as fast as I could.
As I piped up in Vent assuring the decurses were being dished out, another voice, that of Mr. Gloom called out that he too was decursing as fast as possible.
Needless to say, my long past healing memories snapped into gear and Mr. Decurz Plz dropped to the bottom of my decursing priority list.
My normally faceless raid frames developed once face, one that cackles manically in sync with me every time it glowed purple.
Yes, I nearly crossed over to the dark side, I nearly let the joy of a Lock’s experience with curses show through… Nearly…
Still, it raised an interesting thought for me. I have become lax at decursing for a couple of reasons.
- There aren’t many fights in Naxx where I fear the odd curse, I know that’s slack, but I think of it as a hard mode.
- Running with 2 Tree Druids has meant that it is a rare day that I beat them to the curse, so why stop the pew pew for a curse shoo shoo?
Now I know Healers have a priority list which usually goes something like Tank, Heals, Top DPS -> Bottom DPS. Battle Rez usually have the same priority.
This does make it hard for me as the lowest DPS. I do my job fine, but surrounded by Naxx25 and Ulduar geared mates, it’s hard for me to make a good impression. Still, when there are only 3 DPS I’m in with a good chance.
How about you as Mages though?
Do you have a decurse priority list? I know it’s important (decursing that is) for some of you, but what about the rest…
Do you think along these lines…
Ohh curses up… Mmm mid cast, a healer will get it.
Mmm healer didn’t get it… Nevermind, it will drop off before this cast (or the next one) is complete.
Do you look after your healer’s, your tanks, but screw the DPS? Do you decurse yourself and ignore the rest?
Gnomer and Out!
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