I have a quick announcement before I get into today’s post. I spend a lot of time listening to many podcasts and like to leave comments when I can. One podcast called Tauren Think Tank has a segment called ‘Tell us one thing’. Listeners can send questions into the show for the hosts to answer. I sent them in a question asking “If you could go back in time, to what time would you go?” and they answered it on the show, episode 17. But, Rem who is one of the hosts pronounced my name wrong. He pronounced it as “Ela – marie’. The other host Jules, pronounced it correctly, El-la-mar-ree (it rhymes with calamari). It made me laugh, so if you like WOW related podcasts definitely check out Tauren Think Tank.
Today’s blog post has been inspired by another podcast I listen to called The Training Dummies. In this podcast they talk about all sorts of things you can do as a WOW player to improve your performance. It is focused around raiding and PVE content. In their latest episode (ep 9) they had a listener send an email in and ask about advice for leveling a Feral Druid. With Mists of Pandaria under a month away it made sense to me to do a sort of guide / tips post about leveling a Feral Druid. So let’s dive into it.
The Fluid Druid is a blog that I have been following for years. Alaron from the Fluid Druid also writes the Shifting Perspectives column for Ferals and Moonkins at WoW Insider. This week he was discussing the final three talent tiers, levels 60, 75 & 90, from the Mists of Pandaria Talent tree. You can find his post here.
Finally after months of agonising I have gotten around to starting my blog. After playing wow and a Feral druid for nearly five years, I have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience. I feel like I have a lot to contribute to the community.
I am going to centre this blog mainly around Feral and Guardian druids. I may venture into other areas WOW related, but the druid specs will be my main focus. So, without further a do….
Just me oogling over my new Fire Kitty Staff. Oh and T11 looks bad arse!
The Fluid Druid is a blog that I have been following for years. Alaron from the Fluid Druid also writes the Shifting Perspectives column for Ferals and Moonkins at WoW Insider. In his most recent post he looks at the first three talent tiers from the Mists of Pandaria talent tree. You can find his post here.
In response to this post I would like to share my views on the first three tiers thus far. You can play around with the MOP talent calculator here.