by Beruthiel – Hello Everyone! I’d like you to join me in welcoming Tzufit of Tree Heals Go Woosh!
Tzufit is an admitted altoholic (hi, Tzufit), and started her WoW career back during The Burning Crusade playing with the the dark magic favored by warlocks. As Wrath of the Lich King approached, Tzufit found herself enchanted by Arthas’ ways and her soul turned to ice as she fought through Icecrown with the Ebon Blade. However, sometime between then and now she heard the call of Malfuion and Ysera and now studies in the way of the Grove. Although Tzufit is an avid roleplayer, she found that raiding – and more specifically healing – was her true calling. You can find Tzufit working hard to thwart Deathwing alongside her guild mates in the Council of Dragons.
Over at Tree Heals Go Woosh Tzufit focuses primarily on the ins and outs of Resto Druids, with the occasional tidbits on moonkin practices. You can find anything from a detailed analysis of resto druid weapons to tips for healing Magmaw and The Omnitron Defesne System (with more encounter tips on the way!). She even has a primer for new druids on when to use Tree of Life. What was that? You aren’t interested in druids, you say? Well, don’t worry! Tzufit is diverse and still has something for you! Check out her list of things that your healer wants you to stand in, or read her thoughts on how your life outside of WoW influences WoW. From time to time, you may also find an occasional guest post on the feral side of things from a feral druid very close to Tzufit (assuming that she bribes him with tasty fish, of course! Those darn cats don’t work for free!).
Outside of WoW, Tzufit is a bit of a druid in real life, managing a local, environmentally friendly, coffee shop while she finishes her masters in English Literature with a focus in Gender Studies. When you can’t find Tzufit in WoW, you will generally find her tucked away somewhere reading a book, or trekking out in search of finding something intriguing with her camera. Of course, if you don’t find her in either of those places, she may be having a spot of tea with Dr. Who.
Tzufit has left the gates running, and has provided some fantastic information and insights for the community. I don’t know about you, but I am certainly looking forward to her future installments!
Welcome to the Blogoshpere, Tzufit!
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