Archive for February, 2009

Something Myth-ing

Well. I was hoping to be able to tell you that I got my Mythical today. Alas, it didn’t happen.

I showed up for the raid early, I planted the flag in front of the door to VP, I even made sure I had my raid spec and my 5 pieces of T2 armor. I made sure I had a handful (read around 100) of every potion I traditionally use. In short, I was prepared to help put Nexona in her place. Continue reading ‘Something Myth-ing’

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Real life vs. EQ2

Have you ever done, said, or thought something in real life (IRL) that was EQ or EQ2 Related?

I have. Several times actually.

My wife, who is not a gamer (I bought her an account a year ago, her highest level character is a lvl 5 Fae Monk), must have the patience of a saint. Here are some examples of the things she has heard me say: Continue reading ‘Real life vs. EQ2’

The zone less traveled.

Members of Sabaki after clearing Nizara

Some members of Sabaki after clearing Nizara


(Note: This post was originally written the day after it happened, but I forgot to save it and publish it before I went out to eat with my wife. Sorry to all that were there that I didn’t post it in a timely manner.)

A few weeks ago, after having discussed how long “Combatting the Corruption” had been in my Quest Journal, one of my guildies, Addee, decided that we should go complete it together, as we might have better luck if we brought more than ourselves individually. Continue reading ‘The zone less traveled.’

A Loss of Vision (Part 2 of 4): Scouts

This post is Part Two of a Four part series discussing, in my opinion, what “The Vision” should be. This post will be discussing Scouts. Some of my views have been expressed in other posts or replies within those posts.

In a perfect world, every class would have its role. Over on http://ratwarlock.wordpress.com , I posted about what I think the roles of the archetypes should be: Continue reading ‘A Loss of Vision (Part 2 of 4): Scouts’

The Surge(ry)

Well I’m having back surgery in about 6 hours. I will be out of commission for a little while, possibly up to a week. See you when (and if) I get back.

Necrotherian

Update: I’m back and not paralyzed, so I’ll get back into the swing of things shortly. I’ll post as often as the pain and pain medication allows. Due to the fact that one of the medicines I have to take is Vicodin, I’m not going to promise any high quality posts until either the pain tapers off or the medication runs out.

And in answer to your next question, I will quote Dr. Gregory House, “[Y]ou may see me reach for this: this is Vicodin. It’s mine! You can’t have any.”

A Loss of Vision (Part 1 of 4): Fighters

This post is Part One of a Four part series discussing, in my opinion, what “The Vision” should be. Some of my views have been expressed in other posts or replies within those posts.

In a perfect world, every class would have its role. Over on http://ratwarlock.wordpress.com , I posted about what I think the roles of the archetypes should be: Continue reading ‘A Loss of Vision (Part 1 of 4): Fighters’

Joining the Dark Side.

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Prior to this weekend, I had 14 “good” toons, and 10 “evil” toons. With all except Mwrrowrr (on the left) and Kalellian (on the right), and their class counterparts, there was an even division between classes. My guardian is good, while my berserker is evil. The same was true except for my druids and bards. Figuring that my Kerran Fury would have more “street cred” than my Half-elf Warden, and that the same would hold true for my Half-Elf Dirge as compared to my Halfling Troubador, I chose to change Mwrrowrr (the Fury) and Kalellian (the Dirge). Continue reading ‘Joining the Dark Side.’