Holy Pally UI

There are a million ways to do a UI, it really is a personal thing.  However, a good UI can really affect how you heal.  Not enough info and you can forget things, too much and it slows you down trying to process everything in front of you.  Here is what I have decided on after years of raiding:

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Weak Auras:

Tracks anything.  Can use for boss abilities, trinkets, spells, just about anything.  My most imporant way to track resources and what I can do or what is happening to me.

    1. Tracks if Candle is usable and if I am below 140k mana.
    2. Tracks CD of Holy Prism/ Light’s Hammer
    3. Tracks up time of Aura Mastery.
    4. Tracks up time on Aspect of Fox.
    5. Takes % of health so I can also have numerical value as well.  Blizz has a new option for both but I don’t like how it looks.
    6. Up time of Divine Protection.
    7. Up time of Divine Shield.
    8. Up time on Holy Avenger.
    9. Up time on Avenging Wrath
    10. CD on Sprint
    11. CD on Divine Protection
    12. CD on Divine Shield
    13. CD on Rebuke (interrupt).
    14. CD on Fist of Justice (stun).
    15. CD on Hand of Sacrifice.
    16. Cleanse CD.  Also lets me know I got it off and not cleanse someone that was already just cleansed, won’t trigger CD if there was nothing to cleanse.
    17. Number of Holy Power, shows at 3+.
    18. Sacred Shield active and number of charges available.

Weak Aura String to Import:

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Healbot:

I use these as my raid frames, built in mouse-over macros so you can click to cast anything on the target.  Tracks things like Beacon, Eternal Flame, Sacs, Debuffs.  My most particular most important addon I have for healing!  Can also use things like Clique (mouse over macro anything) with Grid, X-Perl, and VuhDo.

Skada:

Damage Meter, Death Log, and Healing.  How I dissect how good/bad I am doing and what killed me or others.

BarTender:

This is what lets me put bars where ever I want.  My goal is to have everything I need but limit it as much as I can.  Stuff I use often in the center, stuff I use but don’t ever need to click, or just want to key bind I put on the right.  Can change bar size and number of buttons shown.

Decursive:

I think this is where I am less condensed then I could be.  Healbot and other raid frames can easily do dispells but I like its own bars.  It makes a noise when something is dispellable and tracks how long the debuff has left.  Decursive is pretty much the first addon to do decursing ever and shows my raiding age!

Deadly Boss Mods:

Tracks boss abilities.  Lets me know what is coming up.  Lots of times too much is tracked and it can be helpful do disable tracking of many of the abilities that don’t help you heal.  Bigwigs is a great alternative.

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My Epic Heals Podcast and the Stache is Back

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I haven’t really plugged it, but I am lucky enough to be apart of the My Epic Heals Podcast.  It is a bi-weekly podcast about healing in the World of Warcraft.  Fan based, fun, and frequently off topic.

I have started to put the most recent episode on the side bar of this website but you can also visit Myepicheals.com, RSS Feed, or on itunes.

Also due to a beard shaving accident the progression mustache is back.  Not as luxurious as before, but give it time.

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Mythic Twin Ogron Kill Video Holy Pally PoV

Logs can be found here!

Found myself using a ton of Flash of Light because damage was fast and constant.  Holy Light seems to be less and less viable the more Mythic I do.  Definitely feeling the important of Spirit, really cant get enough because I am going to use that mana!

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My HPS is bigger than yours. Why HPS isn’t everything:

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I am a believer in HPS and healing meters.  But my faith is not blind.  There are lots of issues in using HPS as a way to measure healer skill.  Some fights favor particular healing mechanics, some fights favor stacking, some fights favor shields, some require healers have specific lower HPS jobs, Some fights are CD heavy, etc.  Lots of things can skew the meters.  In the end you want more raiders alive than bosses.

However, we do need ways to assess how healers are doing.   See who is playing optimally, who is making mistakes, who is dying, who is AFK, who is doing their assigned jobs, etc.  So we turn to see who has the highest HPS and measure its value against others on the raid team, against other classes as a whole, against others playing the same class.  The delicate E-Peen.

My personal E-Peen has taken a beating this expansion.  Disc shielding in my raid is the worst it has ever been.  Which has made me think more about meters and how else I can read the meters assess myself and find ways to improve, find ways to keep more of the raid alive.

For now the answer is Raw Healing.  Basically the amount of healing I do with complete disregard of how much is actually utilized.  Simply put, max output.  Is this perfect? Of course not.  Healing people that need healing is what really maters.  Doing max healing on a guy topped off is rarely the answer for a more stable raid.  However, if you are over-healing content or healing with other talented absorb healers, your heals are largely wasted.  Healing becomes a game of fighting over a finite piece of healing pie where you get a baby spoon and the Disc has a shovel.  Thus, your HPS is not going to show your potential and not going to tell you much about your execution.  Enough talk, lets show some examples:

Random Guy posting in MMO-C Forums

Random Guy posting in MMO-C Forums

This guy was proud of his HPS considering his ilvl.  It is pretty solid.  Now lets look at my kill from yesterday, from a supposed expert in Holy Palliness:

Bouchbag'owned

Bouchbag’owned

Ouch.  Crushed by the priest and 6k HPS less than random MMO-C guy.  Now lets look at Raw healing, lets look at how much total/max/theoretical healing is being spewed out of us:

Random MMO-C Guy in the Raw

Random MMO-C Guy in the Raw

52.7k.  Not bad.  Still “shitting all over” the other healers.  How about mine?

Boucbag'ockblocked

Boucbag’ockblocked

76k…  Look at that over-healing…  almost 46%.  Do I pick the wrong targets to heal?  Am I just spamming a topped of tank?  No.  Really I am not.  Just too many shields, to many other heals.  Raid just doesn’t need my full power…

But wait there’s more!  I have more examples to show how over-healing content effects meters.  Here is the number 1 Heroic Butcher Pally Parse as of 12/17/14:

#1 Stunner

#1 Stunner

61k!!!!  Notice how many healers.  2 for a 12 person raid.  Look at that 10% over-healing.  Want to see his raw healing?  Okay:

Doesn't have to share

Doesn’t have to share

How about a log with a Disc Priest, despite very high shielding, not crushing it because they are not over-healing the content.  This is the number 3 pally log:

Does not Fear Disc Priest.

Does not Fear Disc Priest.

Solid carry of the 635 monk there too, never discount ilvl when comparing output, makes a big difference.  Here is the raw healing from the #3 parse:

#3 raw healing parse

#3 raw healing parse

So if I haven’t made my point clear.  HPS isn’t everything.  It is largely a product of how many healers are healing, how much damage is taken, what the over-healing is, and how much absorb healing is going on.  When those things aren’t even, it is hard to compare yourself to either yourself or others.  Thus we can use Raw Healing as a tool to see how much total healing we are capable of so we can figure out what the best talents, stats, spell selections, and glyphs are.

Just remember, we still have to heal the right target though!

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Hell hath no fury like a WoW God scorned

badraidweek

Totally not Holy Pally related, but I have not had a good go of raiding in WoD thus far.  Last Tuesday I spent 4 hours trying to log on and didn’t get on till raid ended.  Tuesday this week, a couple bosses in, ALL my WeakAura’s broke and was unable to fix them during raid.  I didn’t realize how much I depended on them till I lost them.  Yesterday, I drove home in this:

Got home turned on my computer to redo all my WeakAura’s and lost power at my house.  It was in the 40’s this morning in my house.  No heat, no water, no power.  Been waiting 10 months for a new Mythic level boss and I missed it.

But still get to run some numbers.  A spell breakdown chart is coming next.

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Item Comparison Tool

Click Here

Click Here

Click the link and sends you to a simple spreadsheet.  Put your item values in and get an instant comparison.  With so many non-ideal or one ideal stat pieces can be hard to really know what is better.  This should help.  This is a work in progress so if it breaks don’t freak out!

-Fixed a few issues that I had when I tried to export it from google docs to ZoHo.

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Updated Stat Weights with Scaling

Good news and bad news.

Good News:  With live data I have accurate stat weights now!  I went through dozens of logs for two types of fights:

  1. A low over-heal high throughput fight like Butcher
  2. Long mana restricted multi-type healing fight like Margok

Using those fights I was able to better estimate our healing spell usage as well as expected over-healing.

Bad News:  My best guess from beta testing wasn’t 100% accurate.

Good News:  Critical Strike is still king by a significant margin.  So if you prioritized that, you are doing great.

Bad News:  The stats change as we gear up (which I/we already knew) so I can no longer give out a single stat value.

Good News:  The relationships are pretty much the same and the difference between all of our secondaries not including Critical Strike are pretty small.  So no mater what you favored after Crit you are doing just fine.

So why did the values change?  The big change was the amount of over-healing that goes on is still high, higher than expected, but it is definitely lower than MoP.  Also, we are healing the tanks and beacon of light target much more.  Also, Holy Prism is a huge portion of our healing, and not effected by haste.  Sacred Shield has also turned out to be pretty expensive so casting on CD isn’t viable for long fights, can only be expected to be on tanks which changes its contribution to total healing.  Combined this has pushed mastery up and haste down.  But similar levels to Versatility and Multistrike.  In the end we have pretty balanced stats, which is good because really we can only pick one stat to maximize (food, enchants, gems) with the huge gear variability.

 

Too many numbers?  Ya.  I agree.  Here is an averaged set of values for all types of fights and gear levels:

Average Raiding Stat Wt.

Average Raiding Stat Wt.

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Beacon of Light: HPS or MPS?

Beacon Banner

Beacon of Light has probably never been such an important part of our healing toolkit as it is today.  With the level 100 talent Beacon of Faith, we now have double the beacon (Bacon).  Combined with the return of tanks needing healing (Cheese), Beacon of Light is the top, or nearly the top, source of healing in raids (our Bacon Cheese Burger).

OP Heals

OP Heals

Beacon can be played in a number of ways.  We can cast and forget, throw it on the tanks and know they have a steady stream of heals.  Or, we can move Beacon of Light around for 2 major reasons.

  1. Our direct heals cost 40% less mana on the Beacon of Light target
  2. We gain 10% more healing with 92+ Perk.
  3. I know I said two, but three is because it seems like a hardcore min/max mechanic.

But how does that actually play out?  There are limits to how we can use it.  First of all Beacon of Light/Faith has a 3sec shared CD.  It is not possible to just macro Beacon and Holy/Flash of Light together and move it around as one thing.  You can use that macro, but only once every 3 sec.  Secondly it costs 1000 mana to cast Beacon of Light.  The savings on Holy Light on Beacon is 1320 mana, or 320 net mana savings.  Flash of light saves 2560 mana, or 1560 net savings which is more significant.

Although you gain the 10% buff to the beacon target from the perk, you lose one of the beacon transfers, beacon being 50% of the heal.  Hard to see how it is an HPS increase and it isn’t.

Beacon Swap Chart

645 ilvl Healing Rotations

What the chart above shows are variations of healing the beacon.  Healing the beacon none of the time, 1/3 of the time, or all of the time.  I also added variations that include using Flash of Light instead of Holy Light.  To summarize:

  • Spamming the Beacon of Light target with Holy Light is 4% less healing but 25% less mana.  Pretty solid gain.
  • Beacon Swapping on CD is a 9% mana savings, and about 3% less healing.
  • Swapping to Flash of Light Spam on the Beacon Target is a 25% gain in HPS at a 56% increase in mana.
  • A Hybrid Rotation of HL on Raid and FL on tanks is 8% more healing and 20% more mana.

My take home message on this is that the HPS loss to heal the beacon target is minor compared to the mana savings.  Obviously we need to heal who needs to be healed, and if the tanks are topped and the raid is low it isn’t a good idea to just heal the tanks, but when the tanks need healing it is solid healing for cheap.

In terms of beacon swapping, it is a min/max thing for a MPS savings, however if you leave it on a wasted target, it can be a significant HPS loss.  Risk with little gain.

Flash of Light is our o-crap! heal.  We can use it on Beacon to reduce the cost of it but it will always be a great MPS increase than HPS gain, so it should only be utilized if it means saving lives.

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Trinket Chart Update 12/8/14

Updated 12/8/14

Updated 12/8/14 – Post Candle Nerf w/ New Raiding Stat Wt.

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Highmaul Raid Night:

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