6 Upcoming Blogs to Add to Your Reader

After some perusing at the Blog Azeroth boards and examining my own linkbacks, I wanted to share with you some upcoming blogs which hold potential (in my eyes).

What Heals: A blog from a T5 level Priest working their way through SSC. The blogger just found out about the wonder that is the Earring of Soulful Meditation.

Priest is the Word: The blogger appears to be a recent convert to the Priest healing profession. How did healing change for you after Burning Crusade came out? I can say right now that with the reduction in raid sizes, whacking moles became easier.

Lume the Mad: Quite the indepth analysis on the multiple parts of WoW from instancing, raiding, guild management, raid management, progression, etc. Lots of opinion here about current events and news.

Chick GM: This Chick GM speaks my kind of language and I’m glad to read about what goes on in senior positions in a Guild, especially one that’s on the brink of breaking into Sunwell. I’d love to see her write more often, but that wouldn’t be fair. It’s hard to manage a raid and write at the same time. It’s one of the main reasons I declined a position within our Guilds leadership. Besides, assigning healers to targets isn’t exactly serious business.

WoW Girl: Great blog! Except I can’t read a single word. But for those that can read (Portugese? Spanish? I don’t know), it looks like a resource worth bookmarking.

Larisa’s Corner: Heh, I like the analogy of WoW as an onion. As a student, I learned in the early age that the fastest way to read was to read down instead of from left to right. My eyes would scan and look for major keywords while my brain plugged in the rest (the, to, a, I, etc). This is the first blog in a long time where I’ve had to actually stop and re-read what what was written to make sure I understood the gist of it.

Welcome to the world of blogging, folks. Whatever your goals are, I wish you the best in meeting them.

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About Matticus

Matticus is the founder of World of Matticus and Plus Heal. Read more of his columns at WoW Insider. League of Legends player. Caffeine enthusiast.


  1. Looks like Portuguese on the wow girl, Google translated pretty well:)

  2. More food for my RSS reader 🙂

  3. Wow! Thanks for including my blog =D
    Yes, it’s portuguese, I live in Brazil =)
    I’ve never had a blog before, and it’s being so nice to write it 😀
    Good Luck on Illidan!
    bye ^^

  4. Thanks for the link Matt! I’m trying to write more!

  5. yowsers!!!!

    thanks for the plug matt. Although i may seem like quite a new priest i have been around the block a few times. TBC is quite new to me though and its true i havent played the priest much.

    Anyway thanks for the plug and keep up the great work!

  6. wow!
    Thanks so much for including me in your list. I now have even more reason to get in gear and get some post written.

    Thanks for the inspiration that you bolg provides me.

  7. I just wanted to say Thank You!
    I thought I did earlier but it seems it never went through. At last I’ve got a few readers. Not that blogging is just about getting big numbers – but still – you can’t deny that there at least are a few people out there who values your thoughts and even share some of their own – is a huge sourse of inspiration.
    Without any respons to my writing whatsoever I’m afraid I would run dry in the long run.

  8. Hey, Matticus!
    Thanks for remembering us – like 6 years later 😛
    WoWGirl is still alive, writen in Portuguese, and we have a great audience in Brazil and Portugal. If you like to know more about us, I’d be happy to send you some more info – in English ^^


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