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  1. #1

    LM healing (because I could)

    Got bored and decided to solo heal BFE (blood brothers/catapults), admittedly with a warden tank, also a horribly geared chank.
    Used 5y/2b and swapped in Hytbolt Animal-Friend 4 piece, Erebor T2 Animal Friend 4 piece, and Erebor T1 Animal friend 2 piece during the fight. Was a lot of fun, and definitely think LM's can heal, if they so desired. Unfortunately I didn't have the 2 piece from the moors, which would have helped immensely with group heals.

    Last edited by ThatGuardian; Jun 22 2013 at 02:52 AM.

  2. #2
    hehe. that was cool^^ There are a lot of deadsies though;p

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Proof once again that wardens are gods....lol! Just kidding...sort of :P


  4. #4
    Nice job. But assuming that there were no inferno and no distributed dmg, and so only tanks recieved some big damage, how come there is so much dead people? Did they all stand in catapults?
    Naius - Burglar of Withywindle

  5. #5
    Yes silly people stood in catapults, and the trolls still have a distributed on t1. I took a couple random 8k shots from it on a couple tries (since the range on the distributed is 12 m or 3 tiles if I remember right, and WL range is 15 m). On another note I did healed it a day ago with a guard and a chank, just to see if I could do it without warden self heals. Also only had a couple people die that run, since I bothered to SI them.
    Last edited by ThatGuardian; Jun 24 2013 at 08:22 PM.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Cool but why go 5y/2b? Would it not have helped more to reverse that, get inner flame for group heal? I'd certainly like to give it a try sometime.



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