Tree of Life form is not meant for Regrowth spamming. During Tree of Life you're priorities don't actually change other than Lifebloom can be used on multiple targets. All other priorities remain consistent, if you'd use Wild Growth without Tree of Life, you'd use it in Tree of Life. If you'd use Swiftmend out of Tree of Life, you'd use it in Tree of Life. It makes Lifebloom and Wild Growth more effective and buffs the healing numbers of all your heals. Regrowth it makes instant however this is only for if you're on the move, if you aren't moving, Regrowth would continue to be used as it would normally.
If you wait for 50% or 60% to innervate you're definately doing it wrong. I'd innervate at anything below 80%. You want to use it as often as possible, plain and simple. If I get 3 innervates per fight and you only get 2, my mana lasts significantly longer.
If you use percentages as your guidelines for what heal to cast, you're doing it wrong. Using health percentages as guidelines for what spell to use is always a bad idea. For example, the Cho'gall encounter has Shadow Orders which causes damage to the entire raid and will lower everyone in the raid rather low health. However, it will not kill them if they were topped off before hand and you have plenty of time to heal them using efficient means instead of blowing inefficient casts simply because their health is lower. The decision as to what heal you use is significantly more dynamic than simple health percentages.
Last edited by Quinafoi; 06-11-2011 at 10:06 AM.
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