I’ve been trying to avoid saturating the front page with only community posts
so I’ve been derelict of highlighting a few additions to the blog community this week. Now that I’ve put up a meat-and-potatoes article, however, I’d like to direct you to a few great new places!
- Ferocious Bite
Written by Mooire of Detheroc, Ferocious Bite has a number of articles rich in content. Although not especially specific to Druids, I thoroughly enjoyed her post on acquiring Alliance pets as a Horde player. For a relatively new blog (having opened on September 14th), it’s already shaping up to be a prominent contributor to the Feral blogosphere!
- One Druid, Many Worlds
One Druid, Many Worlds is a blog from someone who really enjoys Druids. So much so that he plays one in several different games, including World of Warcraft and EverQuest 2. A former EQ1 player, I would enjoy reading a comparison of the games’ interpretation of Druid (hint, hint). A sleek WordPress design and recent flurry of WoW-related posts make this a blog an enjoyable read.
- Partouf’s Log
What’s with all these rebellious Druids breaking the “Blogger is for Druids, WordPress is for Priests” rule these days? Partouf’s Log is written by Kwast of Draenor and has the slightly ironic subtitle “Druidic Logarithms” (ironic because Druids are nature-based and awesome but logarithms are mathematical and annoying). I particularly enjoyed his article on blaming the healer which, as everyone should know, is a good way to suddenly find a legitimate reason to blame the healer!
Written by my guildmate, Draezele of Scarlet Crusade, Resto4Now is the blog of a Shaman forced into the thankless role of Healing, despite her desire to subsume the world in Frost, Fire, and Nature magics. Drae’s always struck me as a thoughtful player so I’m looking forward to seeing what she writes, even if it isn’t directly related to Druids.
On a semi-related note, you can now access Resto4Life at http://www.resto4life.com if you would prefer. I haven’t decided whether I want to make the switch permanent, as there is something to be said for the “grass roots” feeling of a blogspot.com address, but it’s nice to have the option!
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