Hello Everyone! I’d like you to join me in wecloming Ttrinity from Healer Aggro!
Ttrinity started playing WoW at the end of 2008 and is a self-proclaimed “noob” (in the best sense, of course!) and alt-o-holic. WoW is her first MMO and Ttrinity finds that she learns things daily about the game – often to the amusement of herself and her guildmates! While she has played all four healing classes at the end game level, she has settled (for now!) to tackle Cataclysm with her Disc Priest.
Healer Aggro won’t focus on theory crafting or class guides – but will focus on Ttrinity’s journey as a new player through WoW as she learns to heal her way through both 5 man and raid content and the lessons that she learns along the way. She recently gave us some insights on how she feels Blizzard is driving how we heal via their new healing model, limitations in specing and constant hot fixes being made to healers. She also offers some very good insight on when WoW feels like a job and how to combat those feelings.
Ttrinity knows how to have fun exploring old content with a very small group of friends and encourages you to do the same! What? You aren’t into retro raiding? (Your loss!) But not to worry, Ttrinity has your back and will help you determine if you are raid ready and offers her thoughts on the cylces of gearing. She is also quite curious why there is no Ollivander’s in WoW to help fit those wand carrying casters with their very own ash-phoenix tail wands! I would be remiss to not recommend her great guide to the random dungeon game and using what some may consider unorthodox methods to find success in those early heroics!
I don’t know about you, but I sure am looking forward to more from Ttrinity!
Ttrinity is off to a great start, and I’ll be honest – she is no “noob” when it comes to writing! 🙂 I know that I certainly can’t wait to see what she has to say next! Welcome to the blogosphere, Ttrinity!
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