About the authors


Chainheal.com is a group initiative of some of the best (world top 10 raid-progress) and most passionate restoration shamans of World of Warcraft. We want to bring you new perspectives, ideas, and guides on how to get the most out of your resto shaman. We felt like there was little current information out there , and we hope that we can provide info that allows you to enjoy your shaman more. Additionally, we want to provide a platform for you to get into contact with others and get answers to questions you may have. We do want to make the following statement regarding all content on this site:

 

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Our community

We want to be a community where we:

  • recognize that everyone is entitled to their own opinion, however; opinions should not be stated as facts.
  • provide proper arguments and context.
  • do not spread false information as facts.
  • actively seek to expand and develop our knowledge: advice constantly changes and is never static.
  • can learn from the best: we always have top 10 world raid ranked resto shamans among our author team.
  • share our passion for the resto shaman – as that drives us to make and keep up this site.

 

 

The people behind chainheal.com

 

Canibehealz (author) Temerity [A] Windrunner – US (active: July 2016 – present)

Hard to miss if you ever see shaman related stuff on Twitter or visit the Earthshrine (shaman) Discord. He is also the Wowhead resto shaman author. Canibehealz is always passionate to answer shaman questions – which he does with candid enthusiasm. You can also find Canibehealz on Twitter, but you should probably say hi to him on Discord as well.

 

Dorelei (site management and author) ScrubBusters [A] The Maelstrom-EU (active: Sept. 2015 – present)

Dorelei has a passion for bringing people together and enjoys providing a platform for restoration shamans. Her past raid guilds include Malorum (Silvermoon-EU) and ScrubBusters (The Maelstrom-EU). She now focusses primarily on creating content.

 

Dunderz (author) Ecology [H] Kazzak-EU (active: Sept. 2015 – present)

Was the resto shaman of Pwnanza Dragon for three years, he was part of the guild’s advancement from top 100 rankings to a very impressive world 5th kill on Archimonde Mythic. Retired from hardcore raiding, he is now chilling with the guys from Ecology on Kazzak (well.. “chilling” as they still landed a world rank 22 Helya kill).

 

Halûcinogen (author) ScrubBusters [A] The Maelstrom-EU (active: Sept. 2015 – present)

Halu was a long time raider for Enraged Revolution on Ragnaros EU (horde side) where he took on raid leading duties for a period of time. Recently, he switched to ScrubBusters where he participated in their world 4th Helya kill.

 

Keehn (author) Ðanish Terrace [A] Sylvanas-EU (active: Sept. 2015 – present)

Playing since Wrath, Keehn found his way to Ðanish Terrace mid-Firelands. He was a social that made it into team 3. During Dragon Soul, team 1 was in need of a healer, and he got a chance. Since then, he has been part of the guilds staggering progress from rank 3000, all the way to rank 19 on Archimond Mythic and rank 5 Xavius Mythic. Recently retired, but still a passionate resto shaman.

 

 

Veteran

 

Nihilith (author) Reincarnated [H] Dentarg-EU (active: Dec. 2016 – Jan. 2017)

Nihilith has been an active member of the chainheal-community for quite a while. She plays the game since the launch of BC and has mained a resto shaman since Cataclysm. Her passion for the game and the spec radiates through the answers she provide people with. Therefore, we asked her to join our author team. After a short (but productive) while, she decided she needed a bit of time off from the game. She still is passionate about the site, and the community.