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#1 Dec 24 2010 at 10:34 AM Rating: Decent
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For those who have played the game, what do you think will make the best healing cleric. I looked at the sentiel and it looks amazing. I tried a little bit and shaman and druid, but they just seemed to not have any heals up to lvl 20. The purifier looks nice with healing and fire attacks. Most other classes that are clerics are either damage or defense with very to no heals. Which class would be best for healing.
#2 Jan 03 2011 at 10:37 PM Rating: Decent
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See this http://finella.nemissa.info/2011/01/01/clerics-an-analysis for a *very* thorough cleric analysis.
#3 Feb 10 2011 at 11:18 PM Rating: Decent
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From playing my Cleric mostly in pvp going with full healing souls. I found that Purifier is the most fun for me. Mainly because I really don't feel like a healer if I'm not casting a spell. Unlike Warden you use mostly hots. I think Sentinel is also fun, but I really enjoyed Purifier because it had absorbs and hots as well as regular heals.

Only thing I see different with Sentinel from Purifier is that there is group heals. It really just depends on what kind of playstyle you enjoy or are looking for.

Wardens are more of a HoT healer. Purifier is more of a direct single target healer aka tank healer and Sentinel is more of a group aoe healer.
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#4 Feb 11 2011 at 11:05 AM Rating: Decent
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Honestly lol that is a loaded question and i'm going to break down a few things i learned via playing clerics in the betas.

Purifier great single target healer primarily for the hard fights in dungeons when your main purpose would be to keep the tank alive. The buffs they give to allies to mitigate dmg and heal them, and to increase your single target heals are amazing. I wouldn't stay purifier as a main heal spec in group situations because you don't have the capability of keeping as many people up as the other specs.

Sentinel - great for group oriented heals, but their group based spells take A LOT of mana, but the heal effectiveness, and reduction of mana for casting heals are nice and i put the full 5 points into that.

Warden - Great healer for pvp, they have a hot that stacks 4 times, plus a bubble that reduces physical damage and heals your target. I used this in pve as well and had no issues main healing, except for the harder boss fights when single target heals were better for the tank.

What i have also found is putting full points straight up a tree is better than spreading yourself too thin between those two souls. I would even go full 51 points into one healing soul.

I hope those answers your questions...
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#5 Feb 22 2011 at 1:52 PM Rating: Decent
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I was a druid in EQOA, EQ, EQ2, WOW, and so would like to go druid again are they any good as healers? I don't see amost any one saying they played one so make me think they are gimp. And can they do pvp or group healers?
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