Okay - so here's something that bothers me and would like to know if other fellow players feel like me.
I love leveling healers.
I'm currently going through my second resto druid who is my 5th healer.
I love to get into dungeons and feel like I'm supporting the group.
I love being able to get my group out of a bad pull, or patrol agro and change the course of events.
I love being the one the tank checks with when he wants to rush and keep me on my toes.
It feels great being able to alternate CC and heals to control the outcome of a fight.
And then, I hit 90.
Whether it's LFR, Normal raiding or even Flex now; it's the same.
Complete different gameplay.
I feel so fucking anonymous, even when topping meters.
When a boss dies, I cannot relate I was a significant part of the successful outcome.
What was dynamic and felt heroic became a game of optimized-UI whack-a-mole and building the ability do not tunnel too much so I can get out of the fire in time.
I don't feel like the gameplay changes so drastically when assuming a tanking role or DPS role.
It's really disappointing that raid healing (90% of your progression gameplay time after you hit max level) is such a complete different experience than leveling.
It almost makes leveling useless, at least meaningless.
I don't know why Blizzard, who pride themselves for being the kings of gameplay, accept or promote this.
Anyone else feels like me?