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Finding a Priest
When you are forming a team and you decide that you do want a priest, remember that most priests are desperate to find a party since their low (if any) damage does not endear them to teammates. Consequently, you do not need to be polite or even say anything, like you do when you're trying to get an mage or a warrior to join your team. The preferred method for recruiting priests is to travel to a crowded area (like IF), target a priest, then run all the way to the other end of the crowd and click on “invite.” Make sure the priest can't see you when she looks around and make sure to either ignore or or at least delay any responses to /tells or any questions from her. If she doesn't join your team right away or declines your invite, run back up to her (from behind) and click on “invite” 19 more times. Note, advanced players will also try to invite the priest from a far distance by using the ‘who’ list, without sending a /w first.

Buffing with a Priest
Now that your team is formed, the first order of business is to buff up. Make sure you do not give the priest any of your profession's often sought after buffs unless she asks for them, such as int or blessings, because she is probably not going to need them. Make sure to ask for and the team HP buff before the rest of the team is in range so that when she casts it a second time to update the rest of the team, you will have it twice.

Questing with a Priest
Team quests/instances are just like solo missions, only there are five of you, so you can go five times as fast. Make sure to run from room to room as fast as you can so that you don't waste any of the priests time. Also, remember that having a priest in the team means that you will always be healed, so there is no need to stop between fights to heal up. Most good priests have unlimited mana so they will always be ready with the heals, making combat a cinch. Run into the largest room you can find and attack the middle mob. Make sure to stay in the large room as fighting in the ajacent room will likey cause less mobs to attack your team, which slows down the amount of experience you get and pisses off the priest. To further save time, make sure to loot bodies only durring a fight. If the priest takes aggro, let her keep it. She is the healer and it's easier for her to heal herself then to heal anyone else.

Also, while I usually discourage players from keeping their mini map open when they are fighting (since it blocks part of their view), it can be a useful tool when exploring. If your team is busy rebuffing or someone is away from the computer, run until the priest stops showing up on your mini map and start attacking mobs on your own. Hold your ground and shout for heals as needed. Also note that priest like to see you split off from the team as it works its way throught the instance and for you to start a seperate fight because it tells us that you are taking initiative and we will finish the mission sooner. If you get into trouble, the priest will leave the rest of the team and come running to your aid, or (and this is rare), she won't and you will have to train your mobs to the rest of the team, who will be happy to help you kill them.

After the fight is over, avoid using your bandages, especially if you are the only person injured and the doc has full mana. We enjoy helping everyone else out and we know how expensive your food are so we would much rather use our QL45 water to save you the hassle of siting down, healing, and standing back up again. Remember, because most low to mid level docs don't use weapons, we are made of money.

Many priests foolishly believe that, just because they are your heal monkey, that this gives them some right to make tactical descisions like saying what mobs are too hard or by ordering retreats. A priest who tells her teammates to run only does so because she is a coward, blinded from the battle by staring at everyone's HP and nanos in the team window. She doesn't have the vast tactical training nor combat expereince you have that comes from your countless hours of pressing Tab then attack while watching reruns of Giligan's Island on tv, so it's usually best to either ignore her or do the oppposite of what she says. Sometimes, at higher levels, the priest will get lazy and cast greater heal–she does this so she has an excuse for not healing again for a while and the best solution is to continue doing whatever it is that you are doing that caused the first GH. If you get into trouble, run into another room and spam “HJEEL” until the priest gets aggro from using her team heals, then when you get healed back to half life, start looting chests.

Priests have no claim on any items except some cloth's and priest only items. If they ask for anything else, they are being greedy as they clearly have no use for weapons and any other uber gear. Also, if your team's priest loots something, always ask to roll for it. Once all the combat professions have rolled the boss loot, make sure to warp everyone out because some priests (especially those on their main character) will stopp to looting junk from the boss and selling it to a vendor. This type of looting is discraceful and needs to be discouraged to preserve the priest's dignity.

Let's face it, most priests are far less uber then you and thus their healing skills will, on occasion, fail to keep you alive. If you do die, it was because of a mistake the priest made and has nothing to do with you going up the stairs by yourself while the rest of your team is on the level below buffing. It probably has something to do with the priest being “gay” or “a homo” (or both), so you should do your best to warn the rest of your team that the priest is “a gay homo” so they know to be careful. But, because some team members may not necessarily believe you, you must first prove your uberness by describing how long you have been playing for and then call the priest a n00b. It helps if you swear, use ALL CAPS, and misspell everything. Not only will this encourage the priest to try harder next time, but it will actually increase your chance that she'll want to team with you again. Note that if the prist dies instead of you, she always appreciates messages that say “heal!!!” as she's sitting at the graveyeard. It shows that you care, that you are paying attention, and that her heals are missed.

Getting Priest Buffs When Not Teamed
Walk up to a priest (try to find one that looks busy) and say ‘STAMinA pLS!!1’. If there is no one else around, /tell the priest instead of using /s. Because the priest barly ever take notice from the vicinity.

Thanking a Priest
If a priest saves your ass after you pull more mobs then there are people on your team, the best way to thank her for keeping everyone alive is to repeat whatever actions you took that caused the dangerous fight. This complements the priest by saying ‘you are so good I feel free to be totaly reckless’ and it makes us feel good too. Also, the best way to thank a priest is to share with her your many pearls of priest wisdom you have picked up playing warriors, mages, rouges, and warlocks. Tell them things like “mana potions are almost as good as the regular water so it doesn't matter if you get aggro.”

Note to Priests
As a priest, it is your job to keep everyone alive no matter what they do or what their evades and armor are. Some priests claim it is only their job to assist teammates with heals and buffs and that it's ultimately up to each player to be responsible for himself, but that simply isn't true. A good priest will be able to keep anyone alive regardless of what happens, and over 95% of all team deaths are due to a failure on the priest's part. I'm sorry to let our secret out, but yes, we are miracle workers.

Priests's Dictionary
When you team up with priests, you might hear them use some strange terms (such as WTF!?!) and this Priest Dictionary will help you translate them.

add: This is short for ‘additional monsters needed’ and is used when the monster you are fighting is an easy kill and the priest feels the team can handle more. When you hear this, run into ajoining rooms and pull more monsters into the fight.
afk: This common term stands for “Attack, Fight, Kill” and is the priest's way of telling you to go pull mobs.
brb: An acronym, this is short for “Boss Room Battle,” and is a priest's way of telling the team it's time to fight the duneon or mission boss. Note that you will also sometimes see “afk brb,” meaning the same thing.
oom: If your priest says this after a fight, make sure you hit her with your minor mana potion berfore you run three rooms down and start another major fight.
puller: The team's puller has the important job of “pulling” the team into fights. Usually this is accomplished by having a mage with no evades pyroblast a cilvilian mob for 1/2 it's life or by having a similarily HP gimped teammate run into a room and fire off at least three special attacks, thereby pulling the rest of the team into the room to save him. Note that the puller does not have to be the same person every time and it is often best if different people pull as to keep the priest guessing who will drop to 1/3 their life and make her try to figure out what room they are in.
rez sick: When priest say they are rez sick, it means they are sick of dying and ressurecting and they want to go straight to the room in the mission that killed them the first time and start fighting. (note that this is also referred to as “reclaim sick”).
tank: This is the person whose job it is to pull mobs to the priest.
wait: “wait” is a bit tricky. While it sounds like the word “wait,” as in ‘stop,’ what the priest is really saying is a shortened version of “waste it all.” meaning destroy everything in the area. Priests will use this if they want you to start charging the mission.
WTF!?!: This means “Way To Fight” and is used to complement you on your brilliant tactical choices.

Vonandi hjálpar þetta ykkur í að finna Priest í groupið ykkar =)
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