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


 
Posts Tagged ‘Tools’
 

 
 

The Obligatory UI Thread

When I lived back in LA, I used to spend some weekends working at the Lowrider Car Show. It was an amazing experience, if for nothing else than sheer morbid curiosity about what someone armed with yards of purple felt, rolls of...
by Vixsin
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Alternative Speccing for the Renegade Shaman

I have something to confess: I haven’t changed my resto spec since I originally dinged 80. Okay, that isn’t precisely true—I have respecced a couple of times to try out various minor tweaks, but, when all is said and done...
by Vixsin
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WoL Healing Analysis

The Next Step with WoL: Healing Analysis

So by now, you’ve become acquainted with World of Logs, played around with its tools, and maybe uploaded a log or two to your guild’s site. You have a basic faculty with the interface and feel comfortable navigating through...
by Vixsin
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An Argument for Addons

A month or so ago, I had one of most all-around discomforting experiences of my raiding career. I had a moment, not dissimilar from showing up to class stark naked and lacking your homework, where I was simply stunned into immo...
by Vixsin
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Cata-RestoShaman

Cataclysm Resto Shaman Guide is Live!

After a two weeks of raiding and heroics, I feel confident enough to finally unleash the project I’ve been working on for the last month–the Resto Shaman Cataclysm Guide! It’s a beast of information and conten...
by Vixsin
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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 ...
by Vixsin
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