Alysrazor Recap – Honey Badger Edition

We were learning the Alysrazor encounter the same week the guild was introduced to the Honey Badger (and Randall).  Honey badger references definitely helped the morale as we struggled with the mechanics of the fight.  Watch the video first and then read my attempt at humor that was originally posted in our guild forums. The … Continue reading

Affeena’s Druid Debut

Affeena dinged 85 on Friday and I healed all of the Tier 11 raid content on Tuesday (normal mode).  I’m excited and having lots of fun.  However, I want to really learn how to heal well on my druid, so it’s time to evaluate my first night of healing. I will use my favorite healing … Continue reading

Learning Baleroc

Baleroc is a simple boss fight made complicated by a couple of mechanics.  Basic knowledge of these mechanics can make this fight manageable.  In depth knowledge of the mechanics makes this fight simple. The details needed to provide an in depth knowledge of the mechanics may be a little overwhelming at first, but the frustration … Continue reading

Wipe Analysis – Too Much Damage Edition

Wipes happen (a lot), and it seems like people say the same things or ask the same questions each time without really addressing the issues.  I am starting a series of posts to address some of the most common scenarios and provide meaningful ways to address each one. “People are taking too much damage” – … Continue reading

Why Daffnae?

The History of Daffnae Someone asked me yesterday if I chose “Daffnae” because of the character on Scooby Doo.  I did not. My real name is derived from Daphne of the Laurel tree in Greek mythology, so I have always had a fondness for this name.  Therefore, I wanted Daphne to be my first character … Continue reading

Daffnae’s New Blog

Hi!  I’m Daffnae. Daffnae is my dwarf priest on the Dalaran realm of World of Warcraft. Until recently, I was running the Web site for my guild.  I posted guild information, raiding strategy and raiding rules / etiquette. A few guild members visited the site regularly, but mostly the site was my own playground for … Continue reading