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. Instead, I have found that I prefer to write about a variety of topics related to WoW and so you will find posts on much more than simply being a druid. Outside of druid healing, I am particularly interested in “twink” PvP, ethical questions as they relate to the game, 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 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 either a feral druid or a mage – depending on his mood any given week.