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11-28-2009 @ 1:30AM
@Allisonfirst off i wanna say how enjoyable it is to read your blog's, there always insightful and intresting, thought out really well abd always intelligent and dispassionate when dealing with issues like thiswhile I am not a tank (i do have a durid, i'm just teribad at taking with him) i've found this serise of shifting perspectives quite intresting to read.I've always wanted to become a serous druid tank (and a half decent one at that) but i've always seen the public perspetion of them to be overly negitive (like in the early days of warth tanking) or OP (and as i'm not that good at said tanking i've always felt i've coped undue flak because of that perception when i've tryed to learn) i've always been very discouraged to give it a good go, but now that i've been reading your blogs for a while, and a good chunck of those have been about taking (on a difrent point, could you do a blog about the state of moonkin!) I've been encoraged to give taking a proper go againanyway thanks for being there for the druid community, hopefully you still have alot of good blogs ahead of you!
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