So, here I am, in an apartment well away from anything resembling a reliable internet connection. You know what that means. WoW withdrawal. And tonight the Ravens might be clearing Karazhan for the very first time. It's tough, I tell you, tough.
But it does leave me time to think. To scratch my woody chin, and ponder the meaning of life, the world of warcraft and everything. And do you know what I've realised? On the whole my guild doesn't understand healers. We have endless discussions about the variations in different tanking styles, but even my fellow healers have little to no understanding of Druid healing techniques. And, I must confess, until very recently, I had very little idea of the full range of Priest or Paladin healing ability.
Are we unique in this? Or do other guilds worry endlessly about tanking strategies and DPS rotations, and just assume the healers will keep everyone alive with marginal strategy?