|Larina and Fluff
by Nicole Chartrand
Here are a fresh crop of blogs to read and subscribe to — only some are about Druids, but all are fantastic!
- Banana Shoulders
Named for the iconic Lawbringer Spaulders of T1 infamy, Banana Shoulders is a Holy Paladin blog … with great content for readers of all classes!
- Bringin’ the Wood
Jive of Kul’Tiras (US) shares Tier 6 Raiding from a Restoration Druid point of view.
- Death from a Distance
Knurd of Greymane (US) raids primarily as a Hunter but occasionally plays as his Dwarf Priest, Benedykt.
- Druid of the Moon
More Feral fun from Jacemora of Drenden (US), a bear tank raiding TK+!
- Epic Dolls
Epic Dolls is an all-female podcast that includes discussion on all aspects of the game!
- Eye for an Eye
Cathmor of Malfurion (US) writes and theorycrafts about the Retribution spec for Paladins!
- Friendly Feral Druid
Shasmo of Dath’Remar (US) is leveling her Druid Feral with the intention of respeccing to Restoration at 70 but has found she loves tanking too much to give it up.
- Gun Lovin’ Dwarf Chick
Breana of Bleeding Hollow (US) is not only one of the regular hosts for the Twisted Nether blogcast but maintains a great blog of her own through Gun Lovin’ Dwarf Chick!
- Hots and Dots
Doodlebug and Doozie play a Druid and a Warlock respectively and toss HoTs and DoTs accordingly!
- Incompetent Warrior
Personality and hijinx from a vertically challenged Warrior named Stuntyone!
Merlot of Darkspear (EU) teaches you to melt faces. Why not check her out? I hear she just LOVES company.
- Resto Juice
With her cutely named blog, Nectar of Dalaran (US) gives me a hankering for a strawberry-flavored Rejuvenation Smoothie!
- The Life a Rogue Named Gweedo
The blogosphere always needs more Rogue blogs and Gweedo of Gnomergan (US) delivers!
- Twisted Nether Blogcast
From a collection of Azerothian bloggers comes Twisted Nether, a blogcast that focuses on both WoW and blogging about WoW!
- Wulf’s Warcraft Weblog
Wulf of Hellscream (US) brings you a beautiful Hunter blog that makes extensive (and successful) use of the Model Viewer!
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