About the Anna
Too Many Annas – Because Raiding and Roleplay are not Mutually Exclusive
A blog about synergy among healers, raiders, roleplayers or any combination of the above
I’m a 20-something married female gamer who spends a lot of time in Warcraft. I do a lot of healing, and consider that my specialty, though doing nothing else BUT healing can leave me a little grumpy. I love both raiding and roleplaying, and most of my time in game is spent somehow related to those two foci. My raid group is made up entirely of roleplayers and RP friendly folk, and though we’re what you’d call “casual” raiding (2 nights a week), we’ve currently cleared all Tier 9 content and are working on hardmodes.
My primary game time is spent Alliance side on Feathermoon server (US RP-PVE), playing Aelflaed, a holy Paladin, Annorah, a restoration and/or elemental Shaman, Anzefi, a discipline priest, Annie Mae, a prot warrior, and Angoleth, a beast mastery Hunter. Right now my focus is definitely on the Paladin class, particularly as a healer, since that’s the role I find myself filling in 25 man content, though I’m getting some 10 man experience with my Shaman as well. I’m an officer and one of the healer leads in my 25 man raid, and I enjoy getting to experience the various sides and strengths of the assorted healing classes.
I have a bevy of alts – Rirri, my undead death nugget (61), Annylais, a moonkin (this week) druid (63), and Anaje, a Tauren hunter (19).
In real life, I am a writer living in the Houston area of Texas, USA with my husband and two cats in a brand new (to us!) house. I generally enjoy being immersed in the wonderful world that Blizzard created, and it’s a part of my non-gaming life as well - I am a staff writer for the Azeroth Advisor.
You can find me on Twitter, IM me at toomanyannas, or email me at toomanyannas at gmail dot com.
At Too Many Annas, you’ll get a new post every weekday, and usually one more “bonus” weekend post. If you’re interested in some of my recent posts, check out the Feature header, or the links to the side.