My toons

I’ve got plenty of toons. However, I’ve got a couple of toons that are near and dear to me.

Aestalas – Night Elf Druid and my true main. For a long time, he was a bear tank. Then Cataclysm made bear tanking fairly unbearable. So I learned how to tree-heal. I enjoy the hell out of resto druid healing. It just fits me. So I’ve leveled as kitty and healed in dungeons and raids. Except for Warlords of Draenor. In WoD, once my barracks was level 2, I took a tank body guard and finished the leveling experience as a healer.

Lohattal – Tauren Shaman and my Horde main. The Tauren race is my favorite race in WoW. The reason my druid main isn’t a Tauren is that all my friends were Alliance when I first started playing. However, that didn’t stop me from enjoying the Horde experience. Since my Allie main was a healer with an agility off-spec for leveling, I wanted to be able to do the same on the Horde side. Shaman healing is surprisingly easy to adjust to when compared to druid healing. My Vuh’Do setup for the two are almost mirror images (differences being cast-times).

Tindala – Gnome Hunter (was originally a Night Elf {imagine that} but she’s race and faction changed quite a few times).

Knuhkles – Vulpera Monk. Never quite got the hang of raid healing on him. However, I loved healing 5-person instances. Has been race changed a few times. Currently a red fox – hence the Knuckles (Sonic) reference in the name.

Razloppesk – Gnome Rogue. This is a toon that I should have rolled up on a RP server. He’s a stripper. It’s not unusual to see him on the fountain in SW (or in front of the AH) naked and /dance-ing. His call in /2 was “Raz’s lock picking and lap dancing. If you leave a tip, I guarantee you’ll get wood.” So I carried around a ton of Simple Wood to give to people that tipped. It’s cheesy and I’m a dork, deal with it. However, it worked. I can’t count the number of times I was given another couple of gold just for making them laugh when they caught the joke.

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