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

 
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A Big First Look at WoD Alpha Notes – Part 2: Resto Shaman Changes

(If you haven’t already checked out Part 1 of this two-part analysis, you can find it here). Continuing on with this incredibly verbose commentary on the Alpha Patch Notes  … On top of all the changes we’ll be seeing wit...
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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The Raiders’ Training Cycle

We, the raiding world of WoW, hit a collective milestone this month, which went largely uncommented on in the larger community save for a collected few players who like tracking this sort of thing (or who like to look for crack...
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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Offtopic of the Year: A Balancing Act

Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work – Chuck Close As I set about getting ready for the last content tier of the Cataclysm expansion, after spending a year being taunted by elusive achievem...
by Vixsin
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Dragon Soul: The Final Trinket Showdown

Now, more than ever before, there are a multitude of choices for players looking to get those final upgrades in the last tier of the expansion. From heroics and LFR to 10- and 25-man raids, end-game PVE content has a multitude ...
by Vixsin
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