Life in Group 5 – A Resto Shaman Blog
A resto shaman perspective on raiding


 
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Resto Shaman Lessons from Tier 12

In a way much different than its predecessors, Tier 12 was not so much a race to the finish line as much as it was a trial of endurance and determination. But after a whopping 461 attempts, spanning 7 weeks, and summed up in a ...
by Vixsin
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Dammit Jim, I’m a Raider not a Juggler

There’s no doubt about it—one of the biggest challenges about being a progression raider is juggling your commitments when new content launches. One week you’re clearing content in a single evening, and enjoying the wonde...
by Vixsin
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Minipost: Tier11/12 Progression Data

As part of my efforts to substantiate the theories presented in my 2-part series on endgame gearing and progression, I sorted through a ton of data dealing with achievements and guild progression in Tiers 11 and 12. I had origi...
by Vixsin
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Life in Group 6

Over 5 years ago, when I made the decision to roll my shaman, I was motivated by one very simple reason—I thought Chain Heal was cool. And 4 years ago, when I decided to make my Resto Shaman my main and forgo the dps spotligh...
by Vixsin
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Ready Check: Questions for New and Experienced Resto Shamans, and Everyone In Between

Back when LiG5 was in its infancy, and this lone blogger was searching for topics to spark a discussion about healing, I wrote a very simple post accompanied by a quick and easy healing flowchart, in an attempt to illustrate my...
by Vixsin
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Resto Shaman Mailbag #4

Summertime in WoW is generally considered a bleak time in raiding, as players take advantage of good weather, time off from school or work, and, typically, a lighter content load. It’s also a time that guilds often dread, a t...
by Vixsin
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