Figuring out which trinket is the best can be confusing. Especially considering that there are several types of trinkets: Static, RPPM, ICD, On Use, etc. How do you compare them to each other easily? Our spreadsheet makes it easy for anyone to compare the approximate stats of each trinket.
Welcome to Healcraft.net’s patch 6.0.2 survival guide for the Restoration Druid! This guide will briefly cover all the major changes from the recent patch as well as give you insight into how to optimally perform as a restoration druid in the new healing model. As always, if you ever find out of date information (or just wrong information) please leave a comment below and we will amend it as soon as we see it! In addition, we cannot cover every aspect of the class in this guide, so be sure to click on the Raiding Guides and Theorycraft links above to read all of our information on healing classes!
If you are a long-time reader, you might remember a previous giveaway we did with Natural Selection II. We ended up only giving away two of our three copies due to a lack of interest by the time the third round of the giveaway came. However, now we are back to giveaway our last copy of NS2! Although not Blizzard or World of Warcraft related, Natural Selection II is a fun and interesting take on the first-person shooter and real-time strategy genres. At a basic level, it is a pseudo-FPS that pits a team of aliens versus a team of humans. However, elements of RTS is added to the mix because each team has a player-controlled commander that can make buildings, fortifications, upgrades, and more to swing the tide of the battle.
How to Enter
How Winners Determined
We will be adding everyone to a spreadsheet after they follow and retweet us. Then, two weeks from now (4/28/14) we will use Random.org to choose a winner from the list.
- Only one entry per day per person is allowed. Attempts to make more entries may result in disqualification.
- The keys are not for resale.
- You must be following our twitter at the time winners are selected.
- You must have a valid steam account to receive the giveaway.
- This is a free-to-enter giveaway; any financial contributions or donations to Healcraft.net will not result in higher chances to win.
- Healcraft.net staff cannot enter the giveaway.*
It is that easy! Just follow us on twitter and retweet our announcement to enter for your free copy of Natural Selection 2! If you have any questions regarding this giveaway please comment below or shoot us a tweet. Good luck!
*Healcraft.net staff refers to “full time” employees. Part-time or freelance contributors are not barred from entry.
Officer Chat is a weekly column by Lavathing that discusses the trials and tribulations of performing a leadership role in a Warcraft raiding guild. We attempt to tackle the tough problems that arise from this job and present advice on how to move your guild forward.
This week we take a look at recruitment. It is every officer’s nightmare, but also one of the most essential parts of maintaining a productive raid team. Below I will address why it is so important, the problems you might run into, and solutions for being as effective of a recruitment officer as possible. If you have any questions of comments regarding this article, please comment below or tweet us @Healcraft!
Welcome to Healcraft.net’s new weekly column on leadership in World of Warcraft. These articles will include, but are not limited to, raid leading, being a guild master, various officer roles in a guild, various leadership roles in a raid team, and more. I’ve been a raid leader, GM, and/or officer on-and-off for nearly 4 years, and if there is one thing I’ve learned, it is that you should always be looking for new ideas on how to improve the way you lead your team. Admittedly, I still have a lot to learn and have room for improvement as a raid leader, but hopefully some of my experiences and lessons learned will help out some readers. For this first article, we will briefly go over some of the topics I will be covering over the coming weeks, what I expect out of this column, and just some other general information.
Welcome to a new article series on Healcraft.net! Rather than writing large text guides for encounters, we will be doing a very brief overview of fights each tier. We realized that text guides are a dime-a-dozen and writing another carbon-copy guide will not really contribute anything meaningful to the community. So, we are going to try to steal some of the thunder from the “Raid Guide in 60 Seconds” videos on youtube. Essentially, we will try to mimic the premise of 60 second raid guides in a text format. Finally, we already cover a lot of detailed encounter-specific stuff in our popular Tips & Tricks series (long text guides for each encounter would contain a lot of overlap). We hope our readers enjoy this new format, but it is not set in stone. Let us know what you think! Great idea, or cop out? Comment below or tweet us @Healcraft.
During today’s maintenance, several servers came back online for a few minutes. While this was happening, a few players were able to log in and snag a screenshot of the in-game store, which now has the “Level 90 Character Boost” option available for $60.
Welcome to my first tips and tricks article for heroic Siege of Orgrimmar! Remember, these tips and tricks articles are not encounter guides. Rather, as the name suggests, we offer unique insights on particular fights. As always, feel free to reply to this article with any comments and questions or shoot us a tweet @Healcraft.
UPDATE: These tips and tricks were written early in the Siege of Orgrimmar tier. The tips assume you are at the 3043 haste breakpoint and have a low item level. With today’s item levels, even for progressing guilds, you’ll likely want to take Soul of the Forest for all encounters regardless of what is mentioned below.