Good day, fellow MMO-champions!
I have recently swapped back to my Priest, a 14/57/0 Holy Priest with roughly ICC25HM gear level (I haven't played him for a while)
Yesterday I healed a ToGC 25, and while I didn't do terrible, I felt like I wasn't at my best potential regarding meters.
My usual rotation is Renew on the tanks, the Prayer of Mending and Circle of Healing right after, using Flash Heal as a filler between renewing Renews on the tanks and Prayer of Healing the group that likes to stand in fire.
I did bad on Northrend Beasts, scoring last place on meters with a measly 3.2k hps, I was about on-par with a trial Holy Paladin we were trialing (so there goes his trial, eh?). On Jarraxus I did better, jumping from top of the meters (5.6k hps) to around 3rd when the encounter ended (4.3k hps). I still felt I wasn't doing as best as I could.
On Faction Champs I was last, due to me being the only designated mass dispeller in the raid, keeping up renews on the tanks and myself, and dispelling HoTs, DoTs, Fears, Frost Novas etc, I only did around 1.5k hps, so I was terrible there.
On Twin Valks, I often found myself in the Top 3 with 8.6k hps done, so I felt I did pretty good there, keeping PoM and CoH on cooldown for the whole fight while renewing myself and the tanks.
So I come to you guys in the Priest Sub-forum. I didn't take WoL logs last night, so I can't provide those, but I wanted to ask:
1. Is my rotation adequate for maintaining good HPS thoughout the fight?
2. What should I include in my rotation to further increase my out-put?
3. Should I swap to discipline? (armory: http://www.wowarmory.com/character-s...uzad&cn=immota )
4. Is my SP, crit, haste, mp5, and intellect where they should be at for HICC25 content?
5. Do I need to regem anything?
Thanks loads for reading this, and I look forward to your replies. I have an HICC25 scheduled for tomorrow night (24 hr maint. today) and I would like to be as raid ready as possible. I have read all the priest guides, and I now need some interactive help.
Thanks in advance.