Long time, no see

dusty bookIt has been a long time since I logged into WordPress and looked at my blog.  Just over three months, actually.

I tried the Twitter thing (@DinaerRogue).  I don’t mind the format, although I am somewhat verbose for 140 characters.  My problem is that I don’t have an instinct to post my thoughts in a stream-of-consciousness manner.  Successful twitter streams have frequent updates of small amounts of information.  I’m just not mentally connected enough with Twitter.

I’m still playing the game regularly.  My guild is uber-casual.  We’re working through Flex difficulty as our main raid mode.  With flex we get to bring different people every week, which means a lot of re-learning and re-re-learning fights.  We still haven’t killed Garrosh as a guild.  We’ve got time.

I’ve been healing quite a bit on my druid.  One of our main healers announced that he is switching to his warlock in Warlords, so I may have to step in and heal full-time.  I enjoy it, so its not a big deal.  Even the announced WoD healing changes don’t turn me off.

With raid healing as my current focus, I’ve been working on the legendary cloak for my healer alt.  It’s slow going.  As we know, the  boosted 90s have made LFR a real chore.  I’m almost done, though.  Just four more Titan Runestones, and then I’ll be in the home stretch of quests.

I have six characters at level 90.  I don’t play most of them – I leveled them for their professions.  I made sure my engineer was at 90 to make the Sky Golem, and that my jewelcrafter was at 90 to make the jade panther mounts.  The only characters I currently play are my rogue (of course), my resto druid, and my paladin, who I am gearing as a backup tank even though I haven’t tanked since Cataclysm.

I am still working the glyph and gem markets.  I got back into goldmaking when I decided to craft my panther mounts.  I’m not hardcore – I’m making about 10k gold per week and that’s good enough.

With the first WoD Alpha patch notes released, I was inspired to come back to the blog and say something, at least on the rogue parts.  Check for that post coming up (if anyone is still out there).


5 Responses to “Long time, no see”

  1. 1 YoTanaka
    April 13, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    Good to have you back!
    You are the best resource for Rogue info that I have found, simple and not complicated.
    I look forward to reading any new posts to put up!

    AyumiTanaka – 90 human rogue Barthilas

  2. 2 bbr
    June 3, 2014 at 3:25 am

    Well, good to see you’re up and running – hope you get more active 😉

  3. June 30, 2014 at 4:50 am

    Not really sure what I am playing in WoD actually. Lock is tedious and not even as fun as my Shadowpriest actually so doubt I play that. Currently raiding normal on my Alliance and Horde Priest in Openraid.

    Love playing my Rogue and Enhancement Shammy a lot so those are options as well. Though I never feel right raiding in guild while the master is on so I have started raiding on my Horde Rogue. 🙂

    Just needed a break from healing as Disc is really, really, boring (though OP) at this point and I have been healing for a bit. Who knows may even end up healing again.

  4. June 30, 2014 at 4:51 am

    P.S. you have become a pretty good healer btw 🙂

  5. August 11, 2014 at 11:54 am

    Dinaer, where are you? Come back, bring us more texts and ideas!

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