Aion, also known as The Tower of AION in Japan, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game released by NCsoft, a major Korean game developer. Aion was up until May 20, 2009 known as "Aion: The Tower of Eternity", but it was released in North America under the title of Aion. The game combines PvP and PvE in a fantasy game environment.
I know that many people are still playing
the game and probablely need help and Aion kinah. Here, I will share my experience about healing tips with them. I sincerely hope it can help Aion players more or less.
Healing in MMO games is a deceptive practice. It is a skill that, while easy to learn, is difficult to master. The gap between a skilled healer and novice becomes clear when dealing with stressful situations, large group combat, and difficult mob encounters, all likely to appear in Warhammer Online.
The aim of this article is to provide some brief principles into the world of effective healing in MMO games and, specifically. This will not be a guide for an individual class or a detailed write-up of what skills to use when. This will be intended for people who have little experience with healing in MMOs or people who are looking for some ways to sharpen up their playing.
Personally, we have played healers across several different varieties of MMO games, and eventually you become familiar with the tricks of the trade. When healing, the only number that matters is zero. No matter how many health points one of your allies has, the most important health point is zero.
Everything else is a buffer. Now, does that mean you should let his health (aion kina) run down to nothing before healing him? Of course it is not. As a healer, you should be focusing on the pace of the battle and how fast your allies health runs down.
Depending on how fast someone is taking damage, you should begin healing when they have half of their life remaining. Your purpose is to keep someone from dying, not to keep their health maxed
out all the time. Keep that in mind as you spread heals around your targets. Be aware of your groupís priorities.
You will learn from those skills after reading it. Just have fun!