Every Sunday (and the occasional weekday) Spiritual Guidance offers holy and discipline priests advice on how to wield the holy light and groove to the disco night. Your hostess Dawn Moore will provide the music.
I'm the fish girl.
I never wanted it to be this way. I never wanted to be that girl
. You know, the fish girl: the woman in the raid who takes it upon herself to make sure all her fellow raiders are eating right by supplying Fish Feast
after Fish Feast. Sure, sometimes it's a fish guy (in fact, just the other day my heal captain joked that he had brought Capri Sun
and orange slices for the raid) but usually it's a woman. I guess it's a maternal thing, or maybe it's wanting to save time by always going in with max buffs. Whatever it is, I wasn't always like this. In fact, I used to wonder why my raid leader's wife would so willingly spend her feasts on our raid as we wiped all over 3-drake Obsidian Sanctum
. I admired her generosity, particularly because I felt they were going to waste on stupid mistakes, and her efforts deserved better.
Then one day, after I had moved onto another guild, I found myself surrounded by raiders who were lacking vital nutrients
in their diets. That's how it began: first I was helping with the fishing, then I started spending my own precious spices. The first day I laid a feast in a raid, I felt my feminist side cringe. But before I go off on that
tangent, let me clarify that this article isn't about fish
(not exclusively anyway), it's about the various consumables available to priest healers.
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