Welcome back to the Shared Topic! Last week our Shared Topic didn’t get quite garner enough responses, so it’s been tossed back into the draft pool for another time. This weeks topic fared a little better, and was suggested by the lovely Tzufit. She asked us to share our dearest and most cherished guild traditions!
Every guild has a certain personality, style, and even traditions all of its own. Do you have certain abilities that you always need to use on a boss kill screenshot? Or perhaps your guild holds an annual holiday party? What special traditions does your guild have?
Participating bloggers were:
TyphoonAndrew from TyphoonAndrew’s Eye of the Storm
Tzufit from Tree Heals Go Whoosh
Syrco from Syrco Owl
Amerence from Amerence Love WoW
This week bloggers from around the Nether are comparing notes on their reactions to Blizzcon and the upcoming Mists of Pandaria. Anyone who wrote a post cheering, crying, or ranting about the upcoming changes is welcome to share their ideas with us at the Shared Topic forum.
If you have a great topic and want to see some posts about it, feel free to contribute your idea! We’re always looking for intriguing ways to stretch those writing muscles.
You see, this is where I usually introduce a new blogger to the community. Only today, rather than do that I wanted to use this space to give a very big Thank You to both Fimlys and Hydra for everything that they do for the community. Every year the thing that really makes Blizzcon is the people. It’s not the announcements about the pandas. It’s not getting to play a Zerg campaign (which, by the way, I had my ass handed to me with). It is, however, all about the people. And every year, Fimlys and Hydra do a lot of work to make an amazing community meetup and it is one of the highlights of my Blizzcon experiences.
So today, rather than welcome a new blogger into the community, I wanted to take this time to let these two amazing people know how much the community appreciates their hard work! Hydra, Fimlys I feel that I speak for the community when I say “thank you” and that the blogging community wouldn’t be the same without your efforts.
Day 1 is over, but Blizzcon is not! We got some amazing information yesterday but who knows what Day 2 will bring? We’ve got our Liveblogging group back for more on our Day 2 Liveblog page .. Check it out!
Blizzcon is here and your Twisted Nether Hosts are there! But, for all the late breaking news you need to tune into our amazing group of Live Bloggers slaving away over their Virtual Ticket displays. Head over to our Day 1 Liveblog page to keep track of all the festivities!
Hello Everyone! I’d like you to join me in welcoming Rayze of The Lazy Tree!
Rayze started playing WoW somewhere around patch 3.2, and while being a long time fan of RPG types games, he was new to the MMO experience. Not wanting anything to do with raiding when he started the game, he joined a social guild. He spent the start of his WoW career dancing naked in Ashenvale, retro-raiding and jumping from the dam in Loch Modan. Soon enough, however, Rayze was bitten by the raiding bug and started raiding on his Warlock to see what it was all about.
Rayze raided on his warlock until mid Tier 11, when he decided he wanted to give healing a go and started raiding on his Druid. He loved the change of pace, and started avidly digesting the many druid and healing focused blogs available. At some point he felt that he wanted to contribute his thoughts on raiding, healing and WoW in general and started up The Lazy Tree!
Rayze has started out fantastically! You can find a some guidance on setting up Tell Me When and a resource page of helpful healing information. If that isn’t interesting enough for you, perhaps you might be more interested in his thoughts on Transmorgification or his thoughts on the upcoming Wild Growth Nerf.
Rayze is off to a great start! I can’t wait to read more of his thoughts. Welcome to the Blogosphere, Rayze!
Every Tuesday, Beruthiel from Falling Leaves and Wings is bringing you the Welcome Wagon, introducing new bloggers and great reads. If you know of a new blog to the scene or wish to get your name out there, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line “Welcome Wagon.” She’ll do her best to highlight as many as possible