… We propagate so quickly. One of the best things about Blog Azeroth has been the increased accessibility to new Druid blogs, often within days of their inception. My “Blogroll Possibilities” folder is just bustling with new places to highlight. Here are a few:
- Adventures in Azeroth
Amanna has completed the relocation of her previously WordPress-hosted blog to a self-hosted platform that’s sleek and stylish while remaining relevant as ever! Be sure to go check out her new digs!
- All Things Leafy
The journaled horrors of a Feral Druid gone Restoration. Horrors? What Horrors? Granted, you may need to be a little more careful about getting too close to the braziers in Ironforge, but I can’t think of anything “horrible” about making such a switch.
- Circle of Whee!
Tabithy of Skywall (US) writes about her waiflike Holy Priest, her guild’s raiding progress, and the addons she’s developed.
- Dark Spot in the Corner
I predict* that Dark Spot will soon be counted among the great Priest blogs of the Interwebs (of which there are far too many to list here; you guys ruined the idea of the “Holy Trilogy” long ago with your plentifulness).
- Dread Mana Turkey
Technically, his blog is called “On the Trail of the Dread Mana Turkey”, but shortening it makes it more manageable (and boosts him up alphabetically). Its a win-win!
- Feeding the Bears
Xanathos of Bronzebeard (US) is a Raging Ball of Fur who shares his thoughts on playing a Feral tank. Like his butt, his site is brown.
- HoTs Tree
Aertimus of Darkspear (US) has designed her blog using the colors most often associated with our spells: green and purple. And yes, I do wish my girlfriend had HoTs like thee.
- Klank da Tank
KLANK THE TANK! KLANK THE TANK! Anyone naming their blog for an “Old School” reference gets a thumbs up from me. Klanksta of Ursin (US) is the Feral that could, enjoying the role of “PvP Druid Tank.”
- Kung Pow!
Mmmm … chicken. Waradwen of Arathor (US) joins the ranks of Balance bloggers, writing about his Tauren Boomkin.
Llanion of Arathor (US) cuts right to the point, eschewing the often cutesy names given to Druid blogs and hitting you with MOONFIRE. Over. And over. And over…
- Tallyswift: The Swiss Army Cow
Referring to the versatility inherent to the Druid class, the Swiss Army Cow is written by Tallyswift of Gorefiend (US) and has one of the more disturbing blog headers I’ve seen. (And that’s saying something.)
- Tigersoul’s Teeth
Tigersoul of Dragonmaw (US) was originally conceived as a Hunter due to their ability to tame great cats but soon rerolled into a Feral Druid for their ability to become great cats (way cooler).
- Your Friendly Neighborhood Moonkin
Rakhim of Echo Isles (US) has what is perhaps one of the best blog headers I’ve seen.
* I also do Lucky Lotto numbers.
I’ve also recently completed Spring Cleaning on my blogroll, removing any blogs that haven’t been updated for a month or more. Those of you at the 28 days and counting mark, I’ve got my eyes on you! And they’re glowy, blue eyes, too.
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