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    Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Hey

    Is there any healers who have experience with this module, and if yes, what's your experience with it?

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Useless info or not i honestly think its very very annoying. It doesnt make much of a diffrence unless you dont have eyes.. Its just in the healer to know when to interrupt the spells and tbh, im the only healer in my guild that does it so it cant be that used anymore.
    Grid also have a function now that shows the overheals on players, and i believe atleast 85% of all healers use Grid by now.

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    I use it as a restoration and I love it, it's great for quickly downranking a healing wave or such. Pairs up great with DrDamage

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    Meh, after playing healer for a while you learn your spells and you can easily anticipate healing done.

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    I absolutely love this module, it is pretty accurate for that type of addon.

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    I love it as you can see others incoming heals as well
    If in doubt afk out

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Never used it from a healer perspective but I'll say that I like it from a tanking perspective... it's reassuring knowing that there is a heal coming in on you...

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    I think its definately worth using, as a healer and just to see what to expect on a heal incoming to you, if you find it useless after a certian amount of time just stop using it, but if your new to the module you should give it a try really

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    ì have tryed to use it but i disabled it but now i cant put it on any more :S

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Grid also have a function now that shows the overheals on players, and i believe atleast 85% of all healers use Grid by now.
    Grid and PitBull use the same heal sync libary (LibHealComm-3.0), so almost every healer has this installed. I think its nice for the raidframes.

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Quote Originally Posted by Nezoia
    Hey

    Is there any healers who have experience with this module, and if yes, what's your experience with it?
    Useless. Doesn't help you heal at all, just get's you more confused on what to do.
     KJ killed 8-7-08

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    Re: Pitbull - Incomming Heal module

    Quote Originally Posted by Alistar
    Meh, after playing healer for a while you learn your spells and you can easily anticipate healing done.
    No matter how long you've been playing a healer or how "learned" you are at using your spells you'll never easily anticipate other players' healing done. Unless you're a god and are omniscient.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fallens
    Useless. Doesn't help you heal at all, just get's you more confused on what to do.
    Helps me by letting me know who's about to get healed and for how much so I don't waste my time/mana casting heal on them as well if they don't need it. I wish more healers in my guild had this.
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