Welcome to Cannot be Tamed, a World of Warcraft blog dedicated to raiding in general with a focus on resto druids, hunters and whatever else happens to pique my interest.
I have been playing WoW for 3.5 years. For the last two years I have had the somewhat unique perspective of raiding with two different guilds, one a “casual” Horde guild on a low-pop server, and one a more “serious” Alliance guild on a very high population server.
My Alliance toon is a resto druid named Jasyla. She was the first character that I created and is still my favourite. I have been raiding as a resto druid since the end of vanilla WoW, but occasionally dabble in Balance when levelling or for a change in heroics. My Alliance guild raids 25-mans twice a week, and although we certainly aren’t getting any world firsts, we go through new content at a good pace and clear most hard modes.
My Horde toon is a blood elf hunter named Jasyla (very orignal, right?). I started raiding with her in the middle of Burning Crusade. After a brief foray into the world of shaman healing at the beginning of Wrath, I have been raiding as a hunter from Ulduar to ICC. My Horde guild also raids 25-mans twice a week, but is a more family and friend oriented guild, run by a group of RL friends. We’ve got raiders of many different skill levels and stick to the normal modes.
Why am I blogging?
There are a lot of great WoW blogs and I thought I could contribute by adding my experiences from both the casual and serious sides of raiding. I love discussing gear, boss strats and how to be a better player in general. I also like to rant occasionally. Perhaps this blog will prevent me from bombarding my guildmates with emails at work. But probably not.