Well… hello there! This will be a very short post mostly to let everyone know that I returned to the game. I have been on for the past 3 months so I was just trying to catch up on things. My char’s name is now Aricci and here is a glimpse on the current xmog I use.
Will try to keep up with things and maybe… just maybe update the UI. I couldn’t find anything close to what expect from the healing point of view so I should do the ground work all over again.
See you all soon!
A small heads up here with the fact that I updated my grid on wowinterface.
There are no big changes except that is up to date.
Back in Wotlk Miss Medicina had a big project going on that had a huge success: Circle of Healers. I think that was what made me start blogging. I wanted to give some answers and I wanted to do it the proper way so, I created this blog.
Anyway, after filling up a guild application last night I felt like this should be updated for Cataclysm… so, here is my
Circle of Healers – Cataclysm edition
- What are the name, class, and spec of your primary healer?
Bati, Discipline Priest (lately I have started to enjoy holy again but I will go for discipline at any point)
- What is your primary group healing environment? (i.e. raids, pvp, 5 mans)
25 man raiding even too, sometimes, not showing up from certain members in my EX guild leaded to doing bosses in 10 man also.
As this might still be news to some one I decided to give a hand and also make this issue known. Blizz won’t ban me from my own blog… right?
Everything is copy/paste from the link above: Continue Reading
At first I didn’t want to make a post like this because I play discipline 99% of my time but recently I had a discussion with a fellow priest and I ended a bit disappointed. I specced holy like 1 month ago because I noticed a bit (let’s say) raw healing on other holy priest but while compared to some top guild logs I wanted to check what I can do.
My experience as holy in Cataclism is really only one month old and it may be the reason to a lot of mistakes, so… if any of you do have something to add please do. Continue Reading