Today I was pleasantly surprised, superbly pleased and understandably nervous to find out that my blog was linked by BRK in his "big list o' blogs" list.
However, his title for me made me giggle and when I said to my guildies who pointed out my brief moment of fame that my BRK given title was funny... they did say, "Well, you do have a lot of characters... so, etc."
It makes me reconsider, yet again, to rename my blog since my focus shifted from only warlocks to ... everything else.
I do wonder how, where and who BRK got my blog from. I think I've posted a comment in his blog maybe once or twice since I've started reading it.
Anyway, to anyone who wanders here from there.. hello!
In other news on the warlock front, my switch to Haunt has paid off. Pitifully enough, my DPS has soared, when I can keep my rotation straight and when I don't have to stop casting on the boss to kill something else.
Even sadder, my trash DPS has plummeted. I find myself wanting to cry... and nothing is more pitiful than a warlock sobbing. Unless it's a gnome warlock sobbing...
I find myself, on trash, slapping a corruption on everything then using Rain of Fire instead of Seed of Corruption, as the situation requires obviously.
I also find myself unaccountably yanking aggro from the various tanks I've run with lately and I'm not quite sure why. Sometimes, I literally am doing nothing more than standing there, waiting. Boon has the theory that it's my Fel Armor healing that's yanking initial aggro from some things off of the tank.
I think the game just really likes me. I have red hair and a nose ring, what's not to like? (Er, "I" as in Kikidas, not "I" as in the blogger.)
And I need to re-work on my Retribution Paladin Glyphs post, as I've just listed what each glyph does and that's about it, and I really want it to look more like the post I did on Restoration Shaman Glyphs.
And I need to re-glyph Kvasira and Kikidas, because right now Kvasira is incorrectly glyphed with Command and Kikidas hasn't had her glyphs looked at since she hit 78 or something insane like that.
And now, off to play Kathe, the poor neglected bearcat.