Good afternoon everyone, I wanted to request some advice from the veteran community here for some basic and/or advanced strategies for flag carrying in 19s. Since my return to the community I've been making a solid effort to give every role I can a solid shot, and proper FCing has been on my list for quite some time. Now, with the re-separation of XPoffers into their own queues, PuG games are much more enjoyable / better practice than they used to be and now more than ever I would like to push to become a solid runner so I can fill yet another role when needed for Wargames. I've already had a good look into the guides, but I didn't find a dedicated runners guide so I figured I'd ask my friends here. Any advice you all can offer would be generously received and acknowledged. I will be running on my Horde and Alliance druids: Cowboyboots and Divalla. What I know so far: -Have observed some excellent runs / strats in games from Pizza, Ripduck, Mvq, Letto, and others. -Have FCed a handful of times on my druids pre-2nd separation in resto (primary FC spec). -Limited practice in PuG XPoff/XPon games, which is not a good representation of competitive games at all. -Scroll clicking is as useful as it always has been for flag clicks. -Avoid pickup without Dash. Sometimes this is unavoidable. -Stay within LoS for heals, but do not stand directly next to healers in case of enemy multi CC (Psychic Scream, War Stomp, etc). -Always refresh HotS when safe. What I would specifically like more info on: -Preferred talents depending on team comp / meta (Have been using Prosperity). -Midfield positioning when running or holding with team. -Roof hover timing in regards to having to sneak a solo run out of enemy base. -Tips/tricks for sneaking in self heals (aside from fading the kick). -New legal jumps for Wargames beneficial to FCs. -Recommended defensive positioning when base hovering (with / without pocket healer). -New FC set goals with the recent loot changes. Anything helps, thank you in advance community! -Knight.