Life in Group 5 – A Resto Shaman Blog
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Posts Tagged ‘Analysis’
 

 
 

An Intro to WoL: Wading through the data

World of Logs is the latest and greatest in a string of independent online combat log parsers, borne into the WoW community in early 2009, about the time that Ulduar was released. As stated on the website, the goal of WoL is â€...
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The Shaman Teaser: Deconstructed

At around 12:30pm yesterday afternoon, a loud <THUNK> was heard from the Resto Shaman community as jaws hit the floor and tall blue trolls fainted dead away from excitement. Unless you are living under a rock, you know th...
by Vixsin
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Shaman: The Last Vestiges of a Utility Class

If you were a shaman last week in WoW, then chances are you already know what this post is about. And if you weren’t a shaman, chances are … you still know. It was the raid comp heard ‘round the world—the uber-guild Par...
by Vixsin
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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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A WotLK Resto-spective

As Wrath of the Lich King winds down, and the days of Northrend slowly tick away, the WoW community seems alive and boisterous once again, a mere couple of months after the summer lull. Players tick the last items off bucket li...
by Vixsin
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A Look at Raid Design Challenges

Raid lockouts have been the talk of the town as of late, with Ghostcrawler recently providing more than enough forum feedback for ardent raiders and trolls alike to sink their teeth into. With Beta on the horizon and a number o...
by Vixsin
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