I purposely chose not to go too in depth about specs. There’s plenty of resources and theory crafting done already. Today, I wrote about the 3 most viable raiding specs for Holy Priests. Be unique and stand out out from the rest!
And here it is. I got home three hours after it went live, and there’s a plethora of comments in my email. I’m too scared to read them. 13 Do’s and Don’ts of Raiding Holy Priests, GO! I already have an idea of what to write next week, but I’ve been slotted in for their Sundays from what I see here.
I’m almost too scared to read said comments. But that’s okay! Because feedback is good!
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I’ve joined ranks with one of the top WoW blogs in the community: WoW Insider. Their Spiritual Guidance section had been inactive for a while. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t the least bit nervous. I think the team also needs more Canadian representation! But you long time readers know me well enough to know that I never give anything less than 110 %. As I write this, I have a lot of ideas written down on my whiteboard. But that doesn’t mean I’m not open to anything else.
I will try to focus my columns around three central concepts:
- Specific Priest roles in raid encounters
- Priestly tips and techniques
- Being the best Priest possible
Who am I?
To all the newcomers who have never heard of me or what I stand for, understand that I am first and foremost a raiding healing Priest. It’s who I am and it’s what I want to do. Therefore, a majority of the columns I intend to write will end up in that subject area. If you look around my blog, you can see I write about a variety of topics such as guild management and raid leading in addition to being a Holy Priest. My current guild is up to Gurtogg Bloodboil in Black Temple and Hyjal is on farm.
Now that you know a little about me, I have to ask you one question. What do you want to read about?