This page is devoted to the ever-growing list of contributors here at HuntsmansLodge.com.
For starters, I’d like to personally thank the following folks for helping me cover the costs involved with running this website.
Monthly fees for managed VPS with enough resources to power this beast…
Lost revenue due to time spent researching and blogging about hunters, along with maintaining and developing this site, as opposed to actually “working”…
You don’t want to know… Hell, I don’t even want to know…
Anyway, a big shout out to the following for their support…
- Ashley C. – Cwmbran, Tofaen, UK
- Martin C. – Perth, Australia
- Rodger O. – Fitchburg, MA
- Nikolai P. – Tallahassee, FL
- Ernest S. – Columbus, OH
- Chester H. – Rensselaer, IN
- Wayne T. – Edmonton Alberta, Canada
- Richard W. – Merion Station, PA
- Martin S. – Newbury, Berkshire, UK
- Marion C. – North Hampton, NH
- James T. – Redmond, OR
- Mike B. – Santa Ana, CA
- Chris W. – Ferndown, Dorset, UK
- Michelle M. – Apo, AE
- Hayley F. – Cardiff, SGM, UK
- Mike W. – Gauteng, South Africa
- April H. Los Angeles, CA
- Cassidy C. – Glendale, CA
- Joy H. – Folkestone, Kent, UK
- Erik H. – Boston, MA
- Angela K. – Stilwell, KS
- Kenneth W. – Williamsburg, VA
- John F. – Escondido, CA
- Sean J. – Kirkwood, MO
- Tronsco Web Services – Maryville, TN
- Michelle B. – Coral Springs, FL
- Pam A. – Bartlesville, OK
- Tim B. – Redwood City, CA
- Andrea S. – Glendale, AZ
While I do monetize the site to some extent via advertising, it’s really nothing more than a way to slow the bleeding. The revenue generated from 3rd party ads merely provides a front, which I use to convince my wife that the hours I spend blogging on here are actually productive due to the income I generate from it.
If you appreciate my efforts and the hard work I put into procuring this little slice of huntery heaven on the web, then why not buy me a beer. After all, Night Elves get thirsty too ya know… It’d be a privilege to give you a shout out and hoist one in your honor (or at least use some of the coin to help pay my VPS bill…).
I’d also like to give a huge shout out to the additional writers who’ve contributed their musings, insight and knowledge to my humble little hunter haven.
Rather than have additional authors on board to help me maintain the content, I have an open-door contributing author policy here at HuntsmansLodge.com. Those who have been accepted into the inner-circle are always welcome to submit future articles if they choose to do so. Maintaining a blog is a lot more work than most people know, which is why I prefer to not burden contributors with such a responsibility. People tend to produce better content when they want to, rather than when they have to. I for one can attest to that.
Also… I have no money in the kitty to pay any regular columnist(s).
Anyway, here are the chosen few whom I’ve brought aboard at one time or another to share their thoughts and wisdom with the rest of the hunter community.
Part-time hunter and part-time Priest, Blood Elf Anariell will tell you how hunters fake it. She has some amusing insight into the class due to her double life as a DPS’er and a healer. Turn-ons include: raiding, Gnomish Army Knives, Loque’nahak, and her new Longbow.
A Marksmanship Hunter extraordinaire, early mentor of mine, and among my short list of in-game people I consider “friends”. Drackmire is a true asset to any raid and as good a hunter as you will find. He’s currently serving overseas, with his return to WoW not likely in the foreseeable future. He’ll always be welcome here at HuntsmansLodge.com should he pick up his gun again, but regardless, he’s left some pieces of knowledge behind that you may want to review for good measure.
A tank by trade and a hunter at heart, Lehyton gives tips and advice from a tank’s perspective. Lehyton’s first love was the hunter class, but he’s since traded his bow for a sword and board. However, he’s still known to take off the plate and deal some ranged deeps now and again.
Lisselis has a passion for the class and absolutely loves her pets. A true hunter at heart, with some wisdom to bestow and musings to share for anyone who cares to listen.
A proud card-carrying member of the 4SB Club (thanks for that one lawman30… I had to borrow it), Mousie has all 4 Spirit Beasts currently in her stable. She’ll not only help other hunters to track them down, but she’ll also teach you her secrets to becoming a better Beast Master, and how you and your big red pet can climb to the top of the meters.
Full-time family man and part-time hunter, Nachosjim talks about the trials of trying to split time and responsibility between the real world and the virtual one.
The tanking hunter. Solaryn is different in the fact that he doesn’t always let the pet do the dirty work. In fact, most of the time he’s the one going toe-to-toe with the boss, soaking up the blows. When he’s not busy tanking instances with his band of merry men known as < Team Deadeye >, Solaryn is busy blowing up the meters in ICC.
Hunter theorycrafting from a human perspective. Tamarlane breaks it down in layman’s terms, but with an undeniable knowledge of the class and the skills to prove he walks the walk.
and perhaps you..?
I’m not actively recruiting additional columnists, but if you’re interested in sharing your thoughts or wisdom with a global audience of WoW enthusiasts, then drop me a line. I won’t guarantee that I’ll publish your submission, but then again I just might. Two heads are always better than one, and help in some way shape or form is always welcome.
If you think you have something useful to add to the conversation over here at HuntsmansLodge.com, then let’s see what you’ve got to say!