Archive for February 2009

Done For A While

February 23, 2009

Hi All, I have some sad news.  I am not going to be playing WoW for a while.  I’ve got some real life stuff happening (I haven’t even loged in since Wed) and I just don’t have time or energy to play right now.  I plan on comming back to it some day, and I hope you guys will forgive my absence for a while.

I will keep writing at my personal blog so you can keep in touch with me there should you be so inclined.

Thanks for reading!


A New Raid Boss

February 10, 2009

Hello everyone, this is Galadria’s Immune System here on her behalf.  She’s been attacked by a new raid boss commonly known as “Sinus Infection.”  We’re here to tell you about this new boss should you ever be attacked by it.  “Sinus Infection” is a world boss and is not associated with any specific instance.  It travels around and when it encounters a new victim spawns a duplicate of its self to attack the new person.

This boss’ abilities are many and varied and can induce the following debuffs on it’s victim:

  • coughing
  • sneezing
  • runny nose
  • sinus congestion
  • chest congestion
  • headche
  • fatigue
  • sinus pressure that causes the victim to feel like he/she has been hit in the face with a brick

There are several methods of attacking this boss, we will enumerate the methods Galadria has employed to assist us.

  • Sleep – this is a passive buff to the Immune System’s raid that allows us to attack Sinus Infection unencumbered
  • Theraflu – this applies a damage increasing buff to the immune system and depending on the type of Theraflu applied can also induce the Sleep buff
  • Vitamin C – also a passive buff to the Immune System’s raid that slightly increases it’s Stamina and Attack Power
  • Fever – This is a direct damage attack on Sinus Infection by the victim’s Immune System raid but also causes discomfort to the victim, and in extreme cases can also damage the victim

We have the Sinus Infection down to about 30% health but Galadria’s still not up to posting.  Next week should return to your regularly scheduled programing.