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The Mighty Healing Book
Secrets from Another Dimension
Before you continue reading, you should know, that healing is not something that can be perfected, merely mastered.
You do not chose healing, healing choses you.
It's the unknowing grasp between your toes, and not the knowledge of a thousand soldiers.
To heal... Is to feel.
First of, this will hopefully not only improve your senses ingame,
but hopefully teach you something you can carry alongsides with you in your lifespan.
I'm not gonna tell you what gear to get, nor will I explain the common sense behind races and other rational decsisions you will figure out yourself. This is a guide, goodwillingly trying to make you come as close to heaven as humanly possible.
This is a big mouthful, so it is sugested that you digest bits of the information at a time to process it properly, and to not throw up along the way. Perhaps read which skill section you feel comfortable improving in.
If you're openminded, and have run out of things to learn in your wow experience, I suggest despite the tl:dr, that you give it a try.
Best of luck.
The guide may contain inappropriate content for children, viewer discretion is adviced.
The guide is organized after which action you'd most commonly engage in first.
And is valued in skill level from Beginner to Advanced & a rare Jedi edition.
It's rated in the sense, that if you master & perfect the color chapter, you'd be judged as the title.
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Aug 26, 2014 - 6:36 PM - by Bop
The Top 5 Twink Arena Specializations
Arenology, Part the Second
Hello everyone! Welcome to the second installment of Arenology – The Twink Arena Blog.
For this one I thought it might be special to talk about which Class Specializations have reigned supreme in Twink Wargames and Rated Arenas throughout Mists of Pandaria. Any content this close to the release of the pre-patch to Warlords of Draenor is going to rapidly become obsolete. However, memorializing the top specializations will hopefully serve as a sort of historical reminder of how things were prior to the release of Warlords of Draenor.
Now – a few housekeeping details. Obviously all of these are going to be spread out over numerous Twink brackets. So to make this list, I looked into the abilities that these classes get throughout all active Twink arena brackets (for the purposes of this blog, that includes 19-70). To fully give an accurate picture of these Twink specializations across all brackets, I made sure to account for the strengths and weaknesses of these specializations from my own experiences with them. Finally, I considered both 2v2 and 3v3 arenas when calculating this list. Without further ado! :
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|5. Subtlety Rogue|
Perhaps the most identifiable Twink class and specialization in the history of World of Warcraft, the Subtlety Rogue is an easy fit for this list. Bringing to the table a high amount of damage and control from an early level, Sub rewards highly skilled players while being simple enough for beginners to play
Aug 18, 2014 - 6:36 PM - by Trilium
What is the most competitive brakcet?
I’ve been twinking for years upon years, and the debate always comes up; Which bracket is the most competitive? In this article I plan to do an overall analysis of the current major brackets and judge them on a scale of 1 - 10 (ten being the most competitive) based upon varying factors as well as my personal insight into these brackets. I hope to demonstrate a fairly unbiased opinion and you may or may not agree with me. This article is based on the current state of brackets during August, 2014.
Bracket: Level 10
Competitive Level: 6
Explanation: I will be honest that i’ve only dabbled a bit in this bracket, but my personal friend Sponsor is without a doubt a veteran in this bracket. It’s without question that this bracket holds some extremely dedicated and skilled players. But, I rated this bracket a 5 for a several reasons. The lack of activity on a daily basis is a big reason. Although when PuGs do get going they’re pretty solid, this overall lack of activity leads to no real premade activity as well as no constant participation. In addition to this, the lack of moves/spells can lead to a really stale and bursty playstyle. Some will argue “this makes skill more of a factor” but skill and positioning can only do so much when you’re being one shotted. I think if this bracket was more active, it would definitely be a high 7 in competition rating because the players DO know what they’re doing.
Bracket: Level 19
Competitive Level: 8
Explanation: This bracket is my home bracket, and before I’m accused of rating this unfairly, please allow me to explain myself. Although 19s aren’t the most active bracket, they do have daily games and on occasion 2 games going on at once in the evenings. The majority of games have very elite players on each team, which make for incredibly fun and close... [Read More]