Complete disaster was slightly averted. I managed to get things working (but not up to the levels I really want to see). I will DEFINITELY be looking into the advice of the two comments I posted, and hopefully I will be singing your praises tomorrow!
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Posted by Aertimus at 11:06 PM
Despite the disaster that was last night and most of this afternoon, we pulled off a ridiculously fun raid tonight. We cleared BT in 2 hours, 45 minutes. We one shot everything. Trash went REALLY fast, which was nice. But the bosses were too easy... it was fun for one night. But I couldn't do that forever.
I'm still getting a feel for healing. I'm not sure where to stick Wild Growth in the rotation. And I'm feeling really down on myself for being SO LOW on the healing meters. Any advice on rotations would be appreciated!
I know I don't talk about loot much any more, but I got Memento of Tyrande!!! I'm so excited. I have had twice the DKP of everyone in our guild stock piled for it. Yes, it finally solves my 15 month long internal, emotional, struggle of "what trinket should I be using!" But more importantly, it is a really awesome lore piece. To be honest, I feel a little BAD for Illadin. He was just an angsty teen who had his heart broken. And here, until his dieing day (by my hand of course) he has held on to this memento of his love... *sigh* Isn't it romantic?
I've been playing WoW since Easter Sunday 2005, coincidentally the same day I became engaged to my forever husband and tank Chad, aka Yakra. I have held the roles of druid class officer, healing role officer, and general secretarial type officer in two guilds. Currently, I am not playing WoW. When I'm playing, my blog, like my life, is casualcore PvE healing focused. (I love gear math!) When I'm not playing WoW... well, I can't quite tell you what this blog will be about since I have never blogged while not playing WoW! Expect to see reflections on being a married WoW player and on just being married, stories from my other RP adventures (LARPing and table top), and accounts of my life's most meaningful activity: teaching chemistry.