Hello dear readers! (Hopefully there are some of you left.) Matticus mentioned recently that he’d like to see some blog posts with links to what we consider our best content of 2009… since it’s easier to regurgitate old content than it is to come up with new content it sounded like a good idea to me!
I hate to actually try to rank things in order of most to least favorite, so these are largely chronological. First off is my rant about the oh-so-downtrodden Discipline Priests of Azeroth. I’m pleased to report that while Discipline has become a popular and accepted spec I no longer worry about some sort of hive mind developing.
Next up: Life with Jov. If you liked this one, you’re in luck… I’ve been saving up lolcats for a sequel, but you’ll have to wait for it. Okay, maybe I’ll show you one.
Just to prove I really can be productive, I updated my guide to applying to a raid guild for WotLK. 9 months later, it’s still mostly applicable. Feel free to post a link in your guild applications forum.
My L2WWS series was pretty popular; feel free to check out part 1 & part 2 in the archives. Part 3 never came to fruition and probably never will. I’ve moved on to World of Logs as my raid analysis tool of choice… perhaps you’ll see a new series in the new year!
Because I still bump into a lot of Priests that don’t “get it” I feel I should also mention my post about gearing for Discipline vs gearing for Holy. It’s been a while since I revisited it but I *think* the stat priorities are still generally right.
In April, we hit a nice little milestone: 1,000 comments!
When the cat’s away, the mice will play… Seri provided some “tips” for officers with absentee GMs.
In June, we debuted the best series of posts we never wrote: Tea with Zusterke Parts 1, 2 & 3. I’m told that Zusterke has been working on a new series for us but.. I’ll believe it when I see it! (Please Zus, can I see it?)
Later that month, Jov abandoned me for a whole week.
A few weeks later, we debuted our first (and only) Real Raiders of Genius video. Yes, that really is us doing the vocal work. No, I won’t tell you which is which.
As the year progressed and the expansion matured, Jov learned that it sucks to be so awesome. Even in new content, these days, we’re down to bringing 5-6 healers instead of the 7-8 we started the year out feeling like we needed.
As we got closer to Blizzcon, the next expansion was the talk of the town. Rather than predict what might be announced at Blizzcon, Seri decided instead to predict what absolutely would not be announced at Blizzcon. Her predictions were 100% accurate.
Jov picked a fight with Amber of I Like Bubbles. Hilarity ensued. (P.S. Happy Blogiversary, Amber!)
In September, WoS turned 1 year old and celebrated with fantastic giveaways! Please note: all giveaways have ended so if you comment hoping for a loot code you’re out of luck.
Seri treated everyone to a very special rant about Varian Wrynn, based on experiences in Trial of the Crusader. No one seemed to get the title’s pop culture connection, which she is still sad about.
Last but not least, one of the best moment’s of World of Snarkcraft this year (in my not so humble opinion) was Jov’s letter to Father Winter. I’m pleased to report that she did, in fact, get her heart’s desire.
I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane as much as I did. It’s always fun to look back.