This is a very special “I Got A Beta Key” phone post, including my “I Got a Beta” song and dance. I am beyond excited! Take a listen and find out why.
Oestrus is a World of Warcraft blogger, who also plays Magic the Gathering.
This blog is a collection of her stories and thoughts on being a healing priest in World of Warcraft and about gaming in general.
You can find additional posts from Oestrus at Divine Aegis & World of Matticus and hear more from her on the Double O Podcast.
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The other day I was one of the lucky ones who received a Beta invite during the final wave of invites that Blizzard sent out. I had heard a lot about what was happening with discipline, but I wasn’t hearing too much about holy. This worried me a little bit. While most of what I’m […]
While I was not one of the first few to receive a Beta invite, I did pay close attention to all of the information that was trickling down through Twitter, MMO Champion, and WoW Insider. I figured I would start compiling all of the priest based information and share my thoughts on what we do […]
Whenever I write a post about being a healing priest, or more specifically a holy priest, I try really hard not to tell people what to do. I try not to make it seem as if there is only one right way to do things. Most of the advice that I give is meant to […]
Welcome to my comprehensive holy priest guide for patch 4.3. All of the information contained within this post is current, as of the most recent tier of content, which includes the recently released Dragon Soul instance. Please keep in mind that anything I talk about here or that I suggest are things that have worked […]
As mentioned in my updated loot listing for patch 4.3, Heart of Unliving is widely believed to be one of the best in slot trinkets for healing priests. However, it wasn’t always that way. Let’s take a look at how far Heart of Unliving has come, since it was first made available on the PTR, […]
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