Hi there! If you are curious about the person ranting here, you may think of me as a male human, born in 1979. Since I don’t really think it’s a good idea to exhibit yourself too much on the internet, this is as much information as I am willing to share with anyone I don’t know personally.
I’m currently working as a developer for a small business in Germany. South-west Germany to be precise.
One of my hobbies is playing World of Warcraft. I’m really enjoying the healing part of the game and have been doing this since I started playing in early 2005 (Release date in Europe). I’m the type of gamer that does not easily suffer from burnout and so I have been playing this game, more or less frequently, since that day.
Gilneas - EU - PvE
Rhil was my first toon. Created right after the end of the open beta in Europe she has been restoration for about 2 years. Yes, even while levelling. I had the luck to have my personal DD around anytime, since me and my wife started playing together. So I suppose it was not as painful as it could have been.
As some very good RLTM-Friends switched from Guild Wars to World of Warcraft, I created Rakel on their realm of choice and started playing together with them on Aman’Thul. With the release of the Burning Crusade, Rhil had to respec away from restoration for the first time ever. Hell, I really love the new feral tree. Around that time Rhil was transferred over to help my guild and farm some stuff.
Since I always wanted to have my own tank I decided to read up some guides and collected bear-gear along the way. I am quite decently equipped now and await greater challenges with her. Maybe we will be able to start alt-raids into Karazhan soon.
Rakel was my main for the Burning Crusade Expansion. Since I played healers nearly exclusively up to the point I created her, I suppose I have grown a habit for healing. My guild will not complain, for sure.
Nhyria was created because I wanted to play something new. Big surprise, yah…
I suppose I wanted to feel how paladin tanks and/or healers feel. I blame my laziness that she is still retribution, and my greediness for not buying dual spec already.
Necry is a female gnomish Death Knight. Yep. She is quite cute with her pale and sickly looking skin, her strange resonant voice and her adorable ghoulish companion. ;-P
Aman’Thul - EU - PvE
Rancora was created some months after Rhil. I thought it would be nice to have a character that would be able to farm stuff easily. Don’t get me wrong, I think fury warriors are very capable of farming stuff, but I think I’m just not able to play her correctly. Getting to 60 was quite a bit of work, and once done it was ok to farm in Winterspring. After some extended hiatus around level 61, Rancora was put through her last 9 levels and resides in Ironforge now.
Lhoyra was created because I wanted to know what all that hunter hype is about. I got hooked pretty fast and will follow the advice of a good friend and guild mate: “Level as a beastmaster, and try not to be a huntard, of course.”
Agonya is currently on hold. Soloing with a Warlock is quite a lot of fun and I enjoy the increased levelling speed. I suppose it’s redundant to level a char to farm with a well-equipped feral druid at my disposal, but it’s fun and easy to do, and I don’t have a ranged damage dealer yet at 70.