Situational Awareness in Raids

September 28, 2010


So, I was snooping around in the Blog Azeroth Shared Topic Archives when I came across an interesting topic.

“As a raid healer, a common thing these days is trying to balance keeping everyone in your raid alive, while still being able to move when you need to (ie. having the right amount of situational awareness to your surroundings during raids).

I thought it would be neat to see how all the classes (even tanks and DPS) handle the multi-tasking that is required during raids. Do tanks and DPS sometimes have tunnel vision and forget to watch for the AOE effects or whatever they need to move out of? How do other healers deal with avoiding the tunnel vision problem?

I decided to give it a go seeing as  I have a bit of spare time to update here again. As I play as all three roles, I thought I would go through each role and the differences in awareness I have.

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Ding level 80!

April 28, 2010

I recently got my Paladin to level 80 which is awesome. This comes a day before the (extended) spring raiding season came to a close (thanks to the Volcano over in Iceland) so it was very close. Seeing as I will be flying back to school today, I’ll probably not be posting anything until I get back into the rhythm of school life when I will write a post about my Paladin most likely. We’ll have to see how being at school affects the blogging and whether I need to do something about it. So see you in a few days!

Me

While looking around the web for an interesting topic to write on, I came across a series of posts on remembering starting the game, the first time so and so did this, etc… I thought, why don’t I write a post about my wow history? It will help people get to know me a little more seeing as I am new in the blogosphere (also it sounded like a good excuse to sit around thinking about all the great times I have had).

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