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    A priest in trouble

    Hey all,long time reader nearly first time poster
    I just wanted to know what experienced priests have to say about healbot or grid?
    I can't decide which is better in terms of healing.
    And sorry for my bad english ;D


    Thanks,
    Elune

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    I love Grid. It is amazing. That is all.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Grid is just like air. Can't live without it.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Elune
    Hey all,long time reader nearly first time poster
    I just wanted to know what experienced priests have to say about healbot or grid?
    I can't decide which is better in terms of healing.
    And sorry for my bad english ;D
    ur starting a flame war xD and u'll get alot of diferent opinions from your fellow priests around here

    anyway, grid is grid, nothing compares the best addon ever created

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatch
    anyway, grid is grid, nothing compares the best addon ever created
    This.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    I haven't used either extensively but I know people who use Grid or Healbot, some prefer grid others healbot, so its mostly preference choose the one your comfortable with.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Grid does a pretty neat magic trick. Turns wow into whack a mole. I like it when i'm healing.

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeves
    Grid does a pretty neat magic trick. Turns wow into whack a mole. I like it when i'm healing.
    So does Healbot. The thing with these two mods are relatively the same: They help increase healing productivity. Healbot is a probably just as customizable as Grid, I believe it takes less memory (but I don't remember correctly), and they both do the Exact same thing. The main difference I have seen with Healbot and Grid is the Debuffs. You don't need to get more mods in order to show all the debuffs in healbot. The only suggestion I have to you is to try out both, and stick with the one that you like the most.

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Forget the whole Healbot vs. Grid debate and just use VuhDo.

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    I use nameplates to heal, the when the lil bar over someones head gets low, I use my heals on them.

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_BoMyJangles
    I use nameplates to heal, the when the lil bar over someones head gets low, I use my heals on them.
    Is this a troll or do you really do this? o.O

    Nameplates have something like 15-25 yards range. Healing range is 40 yards. Go figure.
    And of course nameplates don't show anything besides health (buffs, debuffs, etc.)
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    Re: A priest in trouble


    I use Healbot and have no problems with debuffs, so not sure what they are talking about. Healbot doesn't seem to show the debuffs in my group, so I just check my default UI party screen.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Grid's ok. Easy to use, lot of options.
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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Grid + Clique

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Thanks very much guys
    I'll use grid from now ;D

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    I really hate to sound dick (I lied, I love it) but you dont need addons to heal instances at lvl 30, people use grid to heal raids, where space on your screen becomes alot more of an issue. If you want to use grid at that level you can, but its not really needed

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_BoMyJangles
    I really hate to sound dick (I lied, I love it) but you dont need addons to heal instances at lvl 30, people use grid to heal raids, where space on your screen becomes alot more of an issue. If you want to use grid at that level you can, but its not really needed
    Yes i know,i just wanted to know from now cause my friends are some for grid and some for healbot And i was a little confused,that's why i asked mmo-champion community ;D

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    i just love grid for the organization, even when im on another character raiding i keep it open just to see whose alive who has threat whose getting healed all that fun stuff.

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    Btw....
    About grid:
    Should i download any other grid setting for a priest or just normal grid+clique?
    Answer only if you have time

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    Re: A priest in trouble

    i just use grid, its simple enough on its own and has lots of built in customizable features that you can play around with, anything that you would get on top of it would be pure preference (such as clique).

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