In the long-standing tradition of World of Warcraft players who realize that they know a bit about their class and want to brag about share this with the world, the author presents “Tree Heals Go Woosh.”
My posts were originally intended to focus on end-game Resto Druid experiences in raiding – hence the incredibly clever title . Over the years, I have found that I prefer to write about a variety of topics related to WoW … and I also suddenly stopped healing as a Druid and started healing as a Mistweaver Monk. Outside of Monk healing, I am particularly interested in ethical questions as they relate to the game, a feminist reading of WoW, and the function of storytelling in the Warcraft universe.
Prior to the Mists of Pandaria expansion, my main was a night elf Druid. Since tier 14, however, I have been raiding as a pandaren Mistweaver Monk. I am in a casual raiding guild on the Sisters of Elune server, where I generally function as a healer in both 10 and 25 man raids. I PvP more for occasional fun with guildies than as a serious hobby, though I have been known to be talked into joining arena teams when the mood strikes. My in-game and RL partner in crime, who I met through WoW, plays a Winkwalker Monk.
- My Epic Heals – “Episode 69” (Jan 2014)
- The Training Dummies – “Mistweaving: Know Your Roll” (Jan 2014)
- Azeroth Roundtable – “Year of the Cowbros” (Dec 2013)
- Realm Maintenance – “We Have Justice Points Because of WoW” (Nov 2013)
- Twisted Nether Blogcast – “Siege of TNB” (Oct 2013)
- Azeroth Roundtable – “Stereotypes and Tropes” (Sept 2013)
- Twisted Nether Blogcast “Bloggers go Woosh!” (June 2013)