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Cooldown possibly coming to CoH, Wild Growth {WoW}

Nov 7th 2008 7:23PM As long as the raid damage is lowered, it'd be fine.

But when they're making you take tons of damage (hi Eredar Twins), what else can you do? Stack Resto Shaman?

As long as raid design takes this into account, I see no issues at all.

Patch 3.02 for Restoration Druids, part 3: New glyphs {WoW}

Oct 16th 2008 6:41PM Based on last nights sunwell raids.

Wild Growth is our new key spell. My job for most of the raid was keeping the raid topped off. And Wild Growth worked perfectly.

I have glyph of healing touch... and with my haste it casts before the GCD is up. I'll probably remove it, it doesn't heal for enough, and makes NS useless.

Of course, I never needed NS for a entire Sunwell raid.... nobody was taking any spike damage with all the AE healing.

Ask WoW Insider: How to PuG Heroics {WoW}

Aug 27th 2008 6:29PM Don't wait for a group, find a group.

Use the LFM interface (never the LFG interface). And see what groups are forming and ask the leader if they need a competent hunter. Or ask a healer/tank if they want to start a group.

But waiting for someone to ask you? Never gonna work.

Officers' Quarters: Padding your resume {WoW}

Aug 18th 2008 1:58PM Well, I met my current employers since they were in my guild (I was the leader). And that contributed to getting my job.

I had the technical qualifications to back it up, but any networking you can do... win.

Officers' Quarters: Padding your resume {WoW}

Aug 18th 2008 1:56PM I got my current job mostly because I was the guild leader of the guild my boss was in. And he saw how I'd successfully run the guild for several years.

(I also had a good resume besides WoW, and didn't list WoW on the resume, but I know that this didn't hurt.)

Even more helpful was that I made contacts through WoW. So I was already known when being interviewed.