Stamina Buff

“Stamina is the force that drives the drumming; it’s not really a sprint.”
Neil Peart


Stamina Buff

I laugh at myself. I’d not realize how wholesome my upbringing was until I found myself avoiding the Warlock class because of demons. It was a natural aversion, I guess. So, now I’m leveling a Warlock and I have the pet sounds turned off so I don’t hear the crack of the whip and the “oh!” sound. Thank you, 8.1, for this new sound feature.


If we make the assumption that gems, enchants and buffs are worth it; then we must give some good thought to the new recipe Seasoned Steak and Potatoes. It gives a stamina buff of 150.

Our raid leader was, shall we say; grumpy, that when eating the feasts that tanks now get their primary stat buffed instead of a stamina buff. And that made me think about it some.

In Uldir, I believe that we survive the fights much more than we blow up the boss. We have several bosses that have a “zerg strat” like Putrid and Zul but even then, once you clear the qualifiers; you still need to survive.

So, some consideration to this very cheap buff food must be given. And, you can use it at level 110! This is good stuff if you are questing and leveling. Survival, baby.

My Warlock, currently level 114 has 2271 stamina; my Druid main has 7231. Would an additional 150 make a difference? It is the same question of if a gem or enchant or any buff food makes a difference.


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6 thoughts on “Stamina Buff

  1. Guess thatโ€™s their subtle way to force you to bring a Priest along? ๐Ÿ˜ƒ. On a positive note so kk donโ€™t anger the Goddess Alunaria, it means that the raid team will need me. ๐Ÿ˜

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  2. Gosh 150 is not alot compared to what you have, I agree. Less need for farming, more time to do the things that matter, like pet collecting?! Any new favorite? ๐Ÿ˜‰ I saw the eyes on one of the new pets, they are bigger than ever before!

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