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    Default Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Hi,

    Sorry for the nub question but I've just moved to EQ2 from WoW.

    I am interested in playing a healing class that can do fairly well solo, and have narrowed down the possibilities to Inquisitor, Warden or Fury.

    I am mostly interested in a class that is pretty much guaranteed a raid spot, as I am fairly hardcore, however I do like to solo harder content for the challenge.

    I am wondering about their viability:
    A) Soloing (nameds)
    B) Raiding.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Druids (Warden/Fury) generally don't get into raids.

    Go Inquisitor if you don't suck.

    .. Moving to Noob Questions.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    inq or mystic id say

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Fury probably solos best with Inquisitor second.

    Inquisitor is probably far ahead of fury in raid desireability.

    Wardens arent that wanted for raids and CAN do decent DPS but super gear dependant. Theyre probly 3rd in both terms you laid out.

    So id tell you to go Inquis. Plus you get to wear Plate, woot.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Soloing any heal class isn't a huge bundle of laughs.

    - Shammies are always in demand for raids - i'd suggest soloing a mystic then betray to defiler at 80 if you are fixated on MT heal spots, or stick with mystic for more OT and dps group spots.
    - Inquisitors are popular on T8 raids for dps buffing and their mythical cure ability.
    - Raids can happily survive with 0 druids.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Roll an Inquisitor and betray to Templar when you're ready to raid.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Inquisitors are pretty good at soloing once you have a good amount of AA to spec yourself well. But at low levels, expect killing mobs to be as enjoyable as slitting your wrists. Furies and Wardens are better soloers, but are pretty broken in the raid setting right now.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    Def. go with the Inq they can wear plate which helps with soloing the only reason i would take a warden is they hit harder.

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    Default Re: Which healer... (Solo/Raiding viability)

    once inquis gets decent AA they solo extremely well...and are very much wanted for raiding..you get plate gear, cant be interrupted on your heal spells with steadfast, reactives work well with soloing..and inquis dps > other healer dps.

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