Like to hear your opinion.
Since this is dialogue it probably isn’t that big of a deal but I would put “I’d” to start this statement off.
I realize there aren’t a lot of options, unless you count Desperate Prayer. If the priest happens to be fond of dying.
Go with an ellipses after “Desparate Prayer” as the second sentence is a fragment.
but not even really any Holy Word.
Remove “really” as the point is to try and point out the lack of AoE heals and omitting the “really” helps to emphasize that.
“One of the arguments she’s made is that she ‘always always always’ using Sanctuary.”
Needs “is” after “she”
bitch behind me back.
Yar, this lass be talking a bit of the ol’ pirate dialect, eh? Change “me” to “my”
“Can give me a specific example of instance where you weren’t supported?”
Change “of” to “or”
“Ok. Well, like, there was that one time, about a month ago, where I was trying to get seven healers for heroic Halfus, and Neps just rolls right over me.”
I remember you worrying about getting the manner of speech across to the reader. This works, haha.
Is it possible you aren’t the one that’s readily accessible after raids?
Maybe it is just me but reading this as a negative first and then a positive sounds funny. How about “Is it possible that you are the one that’s not readily accessible after raids?”
whatever cookie cutter build is the top of worldoflogs
“…is at the top…”
The kind that goes makes us go
this isn’t going to an attack or smear on your skills.
“this isn’t going to be an attack”