Written by | Posted November 19, 2013 – 4:46 pm Deconstruction

Bad things are happening in Stormwind – and beyond.

The Hand of Lothar, they call themselves.

Yva Darrows was their first target.

Tirith and Aely were their second and third.

They have since… expanded their reach and escalated their methods …

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Have a little links for my friends
comment 6 Written by on March 12, 2010 – 10:14 am

There’s a lot of turnover in the blogging world. This crazy hobby (sometimes profession) is one that’s hard to keep up with. It takes a lot of time, discipline, creativity, and butt-in-chair time to make it work. I’ve been around for two years, and I’ve seen a lot of people start and fade. But I’ve also seen a lot of people start up and stick with it, and turn into pretty fantastic bloggers. As such, I’d like to spotlight a few new blogs (some aren’t really NEW, but newer to me) that I’ve been reading.

The Physician’s Log

I’ve got to start with Dristanel, ’cause she’s a gal after my own shriveled little heart. Another holy paladin, raider, and roleplayer, she’s been blogging for just a few months now, and The Physician’s Log shows a lot of potential. Dris writes well, and clearly, about raiding and roleplay subjects, and her most recent post – about raid morale – is fantastic. She’s probably best known for the Blogging Secret Admirer’s project that she ran this year at Valentine’s.

Miss Medicina

Medicina is another blogger after my own heart, with a whole stable full of healers of various flavors and assortments. Her weekly link posts about each class are fantastic, and if you’re looking to be a healer, Medicina is a great place to start for resources. Also? Fantastic priest guides.

Righteous Orbs

There are a few blogs that I read knowing that no matter what shows up, I will end up at least chuckling. Tam and Chas make me laugh out loud most days – a feat when most of my reading is done sitting by myself (it’s always easier to laugh along with others, you know?) While Kumquat the Shaman is probably my favorite post to date (SO EPIC), Tam’s most recent post on pugging, tank entitlement, and the votekick system is a good solid read.

/officerchat

Sedgewick is my dose of raid officer common sense. Though I’m not a guild officer, I do help herd cats for TRI, and Sedge usually has something thought provoking to say. He’s no-nonsense enough to be worth reading but not unduly harsh (in my ever so humble opinion), and worth a look if you are involved in group leading in game.

The Mana Obscura

And now for the left field contender, Mana Obscura is a blog about spellcasters, and a very new recommendation for me (thanks Aoirselvar). But even though he’s extremely new (only a few weeks old!), Gazimoff has been playing since vanilla wow (yay, another old fart like me!), and his posts are excellent. I really hope he sticks with blogging, since I enjoy reading his posts, even if I don’t often actually play spellcasters. AND he’s not opposed to a little RP on the side, so how can I object?

Alright – that’s five. I could’ve easily probably listed another five – but that’s a good post for another week.

If there are great bloggers you think I should be reading, please leave them in the comments – and feel free to plug your own blog! I could use some creative new voices in my feed reader, and you never know, I might just publicly embarrass you in a link love post someday too!

annas

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6 Responses to “Have a little links for my friends”

  1. tam’s kumquat puns are inappropriate and hilarious. i heartily approve of said alt.

    By krizzlybear on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply
  2. I always appreciate finding new folks to read, thanks for sharing! I’m already reading three out of the five, but two new ones isn’t bad! The Mana Obscura’s first post already made me laugh out loud.

    “The session finished with Curio suggesting that baking a large crumpet to cover the city may be the only way to protect it from jam-based artillery.” Haha.

  3. @Kriz – I KNOW. I would never be able to play with a character like that, because I would giggle incessantly and never get anything done. Kum’s Adventures In Azeroth are some of the best stuff out there for WoW Humor.

  4. @Vidyala – Yes! Also, you’ve got a new reader too. I leveled my priest in Vanilla WoW using the earliest incarnation of the LFD tool, the LFG channel. “Healer LFG Maraudon, Orange side”… etc. It’s the best thing I did for my healing skills, and I made some friends doing it that I still know and occasionally run with in game. Good times and good luck!

  5. Thank you kindly for the linky :) Kum is very proud.

  6. @Tam

    … snerk.

    <3

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