The Blog:

Formerly “The Dreamy Druid”, the blog started out out as the simple adventures of my druid and first character in World of Warcraft, Melyanna. Since then, my adventures have grown to include my gnome priest Lillen Lightspark and my numerous other alts. Heals n Heels bring together what I love most about Warcraft – healing and looking fantastic while doing it.

I enjoy raiding and when I’m not beating up internet dragons, I love to create new outfits, chase down achievements, roll gnome alts and take in the sights of Azeroth.  I look forward to sharing my adventures as I journey down this exciting road – this includes anything from talent discussions and healing strategies to inspiration for outfits!


I am a fun-loving, coffee-loving 27 year old – with British spelling. I have more hobbies than I can count but as a small snapshot I love to travel, sometimes bake, play piano, learn new foreign languages, and watch anime. I also love to read about a variety of things: sometimes quantum physics, and sometimes art history. I also love to sleep. I hope to get a dog soon in the future,  and when I do, it shall be a Great Dane!

Contact me: healsnheels@gmail.com


2 thoughts on “About

  1. I love this website. very fun. I have always been a healer, druid healing and now priest. I took a break from the game for a year or two and just came back. So discipline healing is the only way to heal on a priest? Will be a big change for me and I’m looking for input on which stats I need to max out and a healing rotation. I’m in my 50’s and this is a fun hobby to heal in warcraft. I play with my kids who are so awesome at the game that I am always pushed to be quicker, smarter etc.

    • I’m glad you enjoy the blog 🙂 Druids and priests are the two classes I really love to heal on as well. Discipline is definitely not the only way to heal – Holy is a lovely alternative healing spec. Discipline just happens to be what I enjoy playing the most on my priest.

      I hope you’re enjoying your recent return to Azeroth! Happy healing! 🙂

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