Wednesday, 4 June 2008

Best Intentions

I started this blog with the best intentions, I was really enthusiastic just to write about WoW and get so many of my thoughts on paper. Unfortunately, as with most best intentions, things don’t always go as planned. Im not updating the blog half as much as I should or wanted to, and WoW is just getting me down in general. It constantly feels like one step forward, 2 steps back.

My guild take me to Kara, and then recruit 4 new healers…. Now I cant get onto either of two Kara runs!!! Therefore I cant progress and will never have the gear to achieve my goal of full time raiding again!

I started playing my hunter, but she’s so small and I just get bored after 10 or so quests (I’ll be fine once I hit 60…. I really like the outlands quests!)

I tried to pvp with a holy priest…. Not one of my brighter ideas it has to be said! There is some really nice pvp gear that I wanted for Cav, but if its going to take as long as I suspect and be as painful as last night, I think I’ll just cut my losses.

I’m going to take a few weeks away from WoW and away from blogging and reassess what I want to do.


Cynra said...

Sorry to hear about that!

I had the opposite problem; my main was/is a hunter, yet I couldn't get into raids for well over a year. I rolled a priest and found that my hunter was silently shelved somewhere until I managed to snag a spot in a wonderful raid!

PvP as a priest? I find it to be awesome fun, to be honest. If you're having problems staying alive, let your raid know that you're a healer. You'd be surprised how many people come out of the woodworks when you open your mouth and say that you want to heal in the Battlegrounds -- it's actually quite shocking. People are always complaining that there are no healers in the Battlegrounds. People'll flock around you and keep you alive as long as you keep them alive.

Symbiosis at its finest!

While I'm sad to hear that my newest favoritest healing priest blogger is taking some downtime, I hope you enjoy your time and find something that works for you.