Hi. I’m Currant, of druidtank.blogspot.com obscurity. Like this site, it’s a Druid-focused blog. It was originally intended to serve as a way for me to get to my guildmates what I knew and what I needed them to know about Druid tanks. It was a way for me to put up something and point to it and go, “That’s what I mean when I say I have X issue, or when I talk about why I value Y over Z.”
See, playing a particular Druid spec is a lot like playing a different class. Those of you that play Druids know exactly what I’m talking about, but for those that don’t, there’ll be a quiz later*.
Thing is, it’s really niche and was never really intended for truly public consumption (insert comment here about the internet being the most public place in the universe), but the readership it was intended for was abysmally small. Color me shocked when I realized just how many people were stopping in. Still, I didn’t post regularly, and I seriously doubt any regular readership developed, least of all within my own guild.
Fast-forward to now. Phaelia, a real life friend and guildmate, approached me about writing my tidbits for her site, to add a feral contributor to a primarily Resto site. Given the readership she has, it stands to reason that more than just Resto Druids swing by. As Druids are nothing if not a diverse bunch, we both felt this would be an outstanding method of dealing with my intermittent posting behavior and with some of the issues she touches on that are more accurately feral issues.
Rest assured, there will be no site name-change or a derailment of Resto4Life’s focus. I’ll be doing Ursine-Interest stories, tales from the Feral side so to speak. Phae’s site will still be Phae’s site and I’m just a sanctioned interloper.
So let me finish introducing myself: