With my computer woes earlier this week, I’m super busy catching up on my school work and getting my kiddos ready for school next week, that means I’m delaying Guild Leader Perspective for another week (I know…LAME!). I’m working super hard to keep everything in order here and it will become much easier once the kids start school next wednesday! (Yay!).
I have no original content today, however, what I do have will be helpful for Shaman and Druid healers! What is it I have you say? How about a couple blogs about Mists of Pandaria gear!
First, over on Water Bender, Mist Weaver, Elzabeth has all sorts of gear lists for Shamans, including 5-mans, reputation and raid (10 man and raid finder both!) gear! If you’re interested in Shaman healing gear for Mists of Pandaria, I suggest you head over there and check it out!
Next over on Tree Heals Go Woosh, Tzufit has put together a post about her SUPER EASY excell spreadsheet with current Mist of Pandaria gear, including where to get it for pre raiding. Not only is the spreadsheet super easy, it’s super awesome, because it will show your total stats for the available gear, so you can plan for what to farm (or have crafted). I’ve downloaded it and saved it right to my desktop for easy access!
While neither list are best in slot lists, nor do they claim to be, they are an excellent starting point for the beginning of the expansion, and I’ll be using them both!
What I don’t have are Priest, Paladin or Monk lists yet, though, I would guess that monks could probably get some use from the druid spreadsheet in a pinch. If you know of any great Holy Paladin blogs, please let me know! Any Healing blogs that are not already on my blog roll would be a wonderful asset to my reading list! (And I do read every blog on my blog roll, I just don’t always have time to come online and comment, I promise!)
Ps: Once I get a few more links, I’ll be making a special page for Gear lists links, if you have a gear list you’d like to be included, please feel free to send me a link at eluna (at) healing mains (dot) com [without the spaces and ect]