Sunday, January 27, 2008
Posts of the Week
It's time once again for more posts of the week!
Sporeggar - A Tale of Two Druids
This caught my eye because, being the total noob in Outlands that I was, I completely botched my Sporeggar rep progression and it's taking me a thousand times longer just to get the transmute, let alone the pet I so desperately want. This should help anyone else from making the same mistake I did!
I feel light - Laser Chicken
A sadder sort of post...Laser Chicken is leaving WoW behind. I think he's doing it for the right reasons, even if he will be sorely missed. /salute
Fighting the intangibles - Of Teeth and Claws
This is a great article with some detailing of ZA for bear tanks, but a more important look on confidence and the loss thereof.
Arrrghhh!!! Trinkets!!! - Resto4Life
Phaelia over at Resto4Life delves into various trinkets and their returns, helping you find which one suits your needs. Like some things, the item (more specifically, its rarity) may surprise you.
On Agro Management - Elvis Does WoW
My Hunter CO details various ways to not pull mobs off of your tank, keeping you alive and doing your job, whether it's dps, cc or healing.
A Question for the Ages Leads to an Informative Post - Aspect of the Hare
Pike and Tux head to Dr. Doom to check out the increase in their dps using various trinkets and abilities. It's detailed with screenshots and the outcomes are highly favorable.
EgoRaidLeader: Five Principles to Raid By - Egotistical Priest
The Ego's RL stepped in to give everyone some fine-tuned advice on how to go about raiding. Whether you're casual or not, there's truth in there for everyone. There's more tips in the comments!
Guest Blogger: Galertruby - Need More Rage
Truly wisdom for the ages. Galertruby knows all.
6 Reasons Why I Will Never PUG a 25 Man Raid Again - World of Matticus
One of those painful, so-glad-it-didn't-happen-to-me Schadenfreude reads. In case you actually needed more reasons not to PUG raids.
He loves me, He loves me not - Gun Lovin' Dwarf Chick
A quick, helpful post on pet loyalty and getting those cute little buggers to fawn all over you.
Blog Spotlight: Three Druid Noob
He has three druids! THREE! One of each spec! This can only get more interesting.