For a while now, I’ve been thinking of offering a healing log analysis service for other druids. Of course, doing this depends on reader submissions, so I guess it depends how many people would be interested in having their logs analysed. Maybe logs confuse you, or maybe you can read them like a second language but would still like a second opinion. Maybe you’re even a guild recruiter who doesn’t play a druid, wondering about your potential applicant. If you have a log, feel free to send the URL to me at email@example.com. There’ll be no harsh judgment (just look at some of my previous posts if you want my attitude toward skill in WoW) – only advice on where to direct your attention for effective improvement. I’m open to chatting via your preferred method of voice chat if you want to run through it together, or I’ll just publish my own thoughts so that you can digest it at your own leisure. A note on the publishing – you can choose to stay completely anonymous if you want, and I won’t attach your name to an analysis anywhere. If you’re giving me someone else’s log, I’ll keep them anonymous without their approval otherwise.
At this stage, the plan is to post analyses on my blog in similar fashion to what I’ve done previously, however depending on volume of submissions and variety of fights I might start making videos, to make it easier to digest. I’d much rather have 5 Stone Guard analysis videos on my Youtube channel than 5 Stone Guard analysis posts on my blog.
So anyway, if you have a resto druid log around that you want analysed, I’d love it if you could please send it through to me for this little experiment into seeing if log analysis is something that can be shared in a meaningful way.
Also coming up, expect a post about Symbiosis, which is gaining more and more attention after its current PTR iteration (which is the likely 5.1 live iteration).
Ed: This is a second posting I’ve had to make because of some kind of database error. Disregard any previous posting (since deleted) because it was incomplete.