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Squire Benjamin William Sullivan stood in the middle of Light’s Hope Chapel in his underpants.

Actually, it was white linen pants and a shift, but the effect was approximately the same. The little chapel was warm, on the edge of …

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Miscellaneous Monday
comment 4 Written by on November 3, 2008 – 10:12 am
  1. I’m beginning to really, really hate the word “hotfix“.
  2. I need to spend some extra time this week on Annorah – I’ve seen some really interesting math for tank healing as a resto shaman using primarily Lesser Healing Wave and so much crit it’s sickening.  I find this interesting, and need to poke it.
  3. The idea of having a second account is appealing.  The idea of *paying* for it, however, is not.  I would like to have a horde alt or two on Feathermoon though.
  4. Waking up on Monday to an inbox full of notes from my editor is vaguely reassuring.  Also somewhat motivating.
  5. I’m considering a temporary respec back to Retribution for Aelflaed, just for the running of Baron Strat.  The bastage will not give me Lightforge Pants.  He seems to think I am a warrior, and want Valor.  It is technically *possible* to solo the place as a holy paladin, but it usually involves more than one death, and I’m not usually able to rescue Ysida.  My ret buddies can solo the place in 10 minutes.
  6. Exploration Achievements are a lot more fun if you have someone to talk to while doing them.
  7. I’m also beginning to really, really hate the word “forbearance”.
  8. I want to get a (inexpensive) laptop (eventually) for writing.  Writing at my desk is alright, but since that’s my job now, and this room is downright cave-like, it gets kind of depressing.
  9. I am scatterbrained this morning.  I blame Monday.
  10. This is a really awesome video, by Cranius, of the battle of Darrowshire.  The music is original, and the story is fantastic.  Enjoy!

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4 Responses to “Miscellaneous Monday”

  1. “I need to spend some extra time this week on Annorah – I’ve seen some really interesting math for tank healing as a resto shaman using primarily Lesser Healing Wave and so much crit it’s sickening. I find this interesting, and need to poke it.”

    I’ve been experimenting with this myself. There’s a glyph that increases the effectiveness of LHW if the target has earth shield active, which seems to be directed at what you mentioned. I originally thought it was a pvp glyph, but I’m not so sure now.

    I also think that shaman should be very solid MT healers now, though I have yet to see it work well in raids. All our talents seem designed around a nice MT healing spell rotation (with chain heal cast every once and a while to heal the melee around the MT).

    It’s hard to test with the current raid design and the inability to fill out a good MT healing spec, but I think shaman definitely have the capacity to be excellent MT healers and I’m anxious to get into some WotLK raids to see if that’s true.

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  2. “I need to spend some extra time this week on Annorah – I’ve seen some really interesting math for tank healing as a resto shaman using primarily Lesser Healing Wave and so much crit it’s sickening. I find this interesting, and need to poke it.”

    Lord, I can’t believe I missed this whole discussion. I really need to give this a go. I also am starting to play around with different spec ideas now that I have had a couple of weeks of raid time.

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  3. “I want to get a (inexpensive) laptop (eventually) for writing.”

    If you plan to just use it for writing, there are some VERY cheap ones at Best Buy right now, like $300-400 cheap. But it’s Best Buy, so I don’t know if it’s worth it.

    By MW on Nov 3, 2008 | Reply
  4. I do the private server thing when I get sick of retail WoW :)

    By Parsi on Nov 3, 2008 | Reply

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