At least one of your audience was nodding in agreement through most of the podcast: I checked my own post-patch to-do list, just to compare notes. Noncombat pets top priority: oh, yeah! Mount speed buff (especially for the alts languishing in Outland): roger that!
’tis a pity Ratters was absent. I’m sure he’d have mentioned that Mor’vek has returned to Un’goro. At last we Horde can quest for our long-awaited Ravasaur mounts!
Apart from that, my first task (easy visit to the bank) was “start/try out shlepping Chef’s Hat”, and right in the middle are a bunch of engineering errands, including “Jeeves! jeevesjeevesjeevesjeeves” which I think tends to indicate what was most important to me.
Side note to BBB: if you didn’t already know, you have a spare cat stored in your keyboard (some assembly required).
Great show. I’ve missed you guys.
But you really have to balance the audio! I either couldn’t hear BBB or Lady Jess was blowing out my ears. I’m subscribed via itunes, so I’ll be hearing you next time.
I’m enjoying the podcast a great deal thus far. The unscripted nature is actually quite nice for me because it’s just like being in my guildchat during primetime.
My main (Besom on Garona) is a resto druid, and I have to chime in a bit on the Lifebloom nerf (part deux). I was really dreading this nerf coming into 3.2, but after healing a few heroics, it doesn’t seem to be hitting me that much. If anything, it just seems to be bringing my overhealing down a notch when I let it bloom on the third stack.
This might have something to do with my healing style. It usually looks something like this:
Tank = Rejuv, Wild Growth, slow-rolling 3 stack of Lifebloom, Nourish for spike damage
Melee DPS and Pets = Wild Growth, Rejuv if taking more damage than WG can handle.
Range DPS = Rejuv. Nourish if some big environment AOE hits them.