Seriously – maybe this time!

I know I said I was going to get back into blogging last year.   I have had a lot going on and blogging just wasn’t a top priority.  🙂

This time I think I mean it!  I see Eresin around Facebook, and it reminds me that I really should get back into this!  She took a break, too, but she is back at it now.

I updated a bunch of info on the home page.  That is what has been occupying me in the WoW world.

So, now to think about what to continue to blog about.  I can’t claim that this will be about druid healing mainly.

I have three end game healers,  Cayce, Isobel, and Zaralin. And at this point, I should stop and thank Mustafah.

SO:  Thank you my dear Stafah,  for being such an aggro whore that there is a need for healers and because I would not be such as good healer if I had not had so much practice keeping you alive.

So, I may pick back up with healing in general and then some class specifics as well.

Or I may pick back up with loads of sarcasm and smart@ss comments.  They seem to just flow  for me!

We will see what comes with time!

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OMG! She DOES Exist!!!

No, not Mrs. Clause, but Zaralin!

Oh my, it has been a while since I posted anything. I am getting off my butt a bit and posting, thank you, Eresin!

SO – I am still playing WoW and have been very busy. A LOT has changed since the last time I posted! I keep meaning to post, but never get around to it. Once I list off some of the changes, you’ll see why. 🙂

So, brief summary of changes since the last post:

Zaralin is still running with ill repute, gone through parts of Ulduar, all of ToC10, and most of ToC25 (still working on Anub, though). So many new content raids and we don’t seem to stay on one long enough to get through – and now we have ICC. Still a tree healer, but can also do some mean Doomkin damage now, too, if necessary.

Gnomara got to 80 and then switched over to ill repute as well. Same as above for raids.

Meleah worked her way to level 78 and has been languishing there for a while. She and Shakarri aren’t minding too much, though. Many people stop by to visit and get gems cut.

I also have a warlock – Analyn. She was my token hordie, but I switched her to alliance when that option became available. That’s a fun class to play too, she is hanging out level 36. All the new content causes toon neglect!

In the meantime, I leveled a ret pally – Isobel (“devoted to God” – appropriate for a paladin, no?). Melee is so different, yet fun to beat the sh*t out of stuff. Anyway, at level 70 I dual specced with holy. OMG – pally healing is so much more fun than druid healing (yes, I went there). Anyway, I have gotten her geared up now and just recently switched her to my main toon in the guild. No, I am not changing this blog to Isobel’s Zen or anything. I am still Zaralin (“Z”). Maybe I will make a off-shoot of this blog for Isobel – or maybe I will just start to post here more. 🙂

And then recently I created an elemental Shaman – Cayce. I named her in honor of my grandmother (but not after her). My grandmother was a very spiritual woman and she had a great respect for Edgar Cayce – who many people considered to be a shaman. Look up information about him some time – fascinating!

Anyway, there is the three minute update. I promise to try to post more often (hey, my first New Year’s resolution!).

Love and peace to all!
Z

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So, before about three weeks ago, I had never listened to a podcast.  Ever.  No, seriously.  Yes.  I am THAT lame. 

Anyway, my good buds, Davlin and Nexultor, started the Epic Dwarven Blogger podcast.  The first episode was hilarious!  The second episode was released about a week and a half later.  While they had an awesome guest, Mustafah, the sound quality was so bad, I could barely listen.  I think there was something about “I hit stuff and it dies.”  Sorry guys, that is about all I got out of it.

They wanted to have episode 3 be about healing, so they found the most awesomest druid healer named Zaralin that they could find.  Yes, you read that right.  I am the only druid healer named Zaralin they know, so they asked me.  Anyway, believe it or not, I am a bit on the shy side (actually very far on the shy side).  I bluster a lot so it looks like I am not, and of course, you can’t be shy around Dav and Nex.   They will both talk incessently and make you laugh so hard, you forget about it.

Back to the story, I arrive at Nex’s apartment to do the podcast.  Oops!  The shyness is taking over and I am giggling like a school girl doing my outtro (you know, the opposite of intro).  So, I quickly down a wonderful screwdriver (the drink, not the tool, you pervert).  Dav covers, saying that I brought Kungaloosh.  So, I finally relaxed and had a great time.  I talked a LOT more than I expected I would.  AND, I was a LOT nicer to Davlin than I usually am (he is the little brother that I never wanted, but Mom & Dad wouldn’t exchange him for the puppy I wanted).

We had a great time.  Interested in hearing it?  I am told I have a really cute northern accent.  Check it out.  Have fun.  Do whatever.  Comment if you feel like it.  If you like it, you can subscribe to the Epic Dwarven Blogger on iTunes.

Epic Dwarven Blogger Episode 3