Written by | Posted October 24, 2014 – 12:01 pm Elevation

Squire Benjamin William Sullivan stood in the middle of Light’s Hope Chapel in his underpants.

Actually, it was white linen pants and a shift, but the effect was approximately the same. The little chapel was warm, on the edge of …

Stalled
comment 9 Written by on February 22, 2009 – 9:07 am

Every once in awhile I hit a wall.

Right now, I feel like I’ve hit a few – I can’t seem to bring myself to get started on STV with Annie Mae (she’s level 34, and I’d like to at least do part of it before heading to Theramore) – mostly because she’s almost level 35 and still… no horse.  I can’t seem to get moving on Angoleth at all, and leveling Anaelle is like pulling teeth, even though I’m really enjoying shadowpriesting.

I’m not sure if this is an early stage of burnout (possible), a symptom of all the other stuff going on IRL (also possible), or just because I need to spend more time working on character and less working on levels. (Either that, or I just need to log in and DO it, instead of puttering around doing other things…)

Friday Five – The Three R’s
comment 16 Written by on February 20, 2009 – 10:24 am

Every Friday here at Too Many Annas, you’ll find a little RP prompting – either in the form of 5 questions to answer about your character or in the form of a ficlet prompt (500 words) to write about them.  These aren’t meant to be hard, just things to think about for your character – you can answer in a comment or use them as a blog post of your own!

This week, five quick questions to answer about your character!

  • Can your character read and write?
  • Is he/she good with numbers and business-like things?
  • Does your character have a formal (schooled) education or an informal (apprenticed/learned by experience) education? Or both?
  • Has he/she learned another language than the one they grew up speaking (in full or in part)?
  • What does your character’s handwriting look like?
Tagged!
comment 9 Written by on February 19, 2009 – 12:07 pm

Much thanks to Spicy Tunas, who has gotten me out of writing a long blog post today (my brain is a little sloshy from all that CSS).

The meme is either – What’s the sixth’ image in the sixth folder of your blog OR What’s your sixth screenshot?

Well, the sixth thing in the sixth folder of my blog is… uh… a folder link to a theme I don’t use.  So I just went for the sixth image:

Which is from the post “Ode to a Splodey Bat Man” – one of my favorites, and brings back old times for sure.

My sixth screenshot isn’t quite so fun, since it’s one of the shots that got blended to make the ferny image that now is my background!

I’m going to go ahead and tag Stop, Arrens, Grizz, Gryph, Panzercow, Binary Colors, and Doubled Trouble – My Feathermoonie Blogger crew!

Same old Annas, totally new packaging!
comment 17 Written by on February 18, 2009 – 5:37 pm

Hooray new theme!  Hopefully you all like it as much as I do – it’s a little more “grown up” than the old one, but I hope stays true to the colors and lines that you’re used to around here.  (Shouldn’t mean any changes for those of you that read this in a feed reader though!)

Of course, there are probably still a few glitches that I’ve not found yet, so be patient, and hopefully everything will go smoothly!

-Anna
(The one who’s still learning this CSS business)

Edit: Apologies to those of you having trouble with the new layout not displaying properly in Internet Explorer. I’m working with the theme developer to figure out why (since I didn’t actually change/remove any elements of the theme itself, just changed the colors/background images)

Edit2: Ok – IE issue fixed (IE is not ok with ads being deleted, but it’s ok with my saying “plz to not put ads here”… whatever).  I’ll try to have a post up today, but no promises, as my “write a post” time this morning was instead spent knee deep in CSS.  Oops!

Elevation

October 24, 2014 – 12:01 pm

Squire Benjamin William Sullivan stood in the middle of Light’s Hope Chapel in his underpants.

Actually, it was white linen pants and a shift, but the effect was approximately the same. The little chapel was warm, on the edge of …

Introducing the Newest Anna

June 29, 2014 – 4:39 pm

So I’m not really in a position where I should be creating alts. This, of course, does nothing to deter me from making alts when the inspiration strikes. I’ve been really enjoying my Alliance hunter, and she’s my raiding main …

Deconstruction

November 19, 2013 – 4:46 pm

Bad things are happening in Stormwind – and beyond.

The Hand of Lothar, they call themselves.

Yva Darrows was their first target.

Tirith and Aely were their second and third.

They have since… expanded their reach and escalated their methods …

Patrol

November 13, 2013 – 9:59 am

The cathedral bells stop ringing overnight, except for chiming the hours. Three bell strikes, and Angoleth padded softly around another corner of the Cathedral District, staying carefully in the shadows. Trained ears picked up Mogget’s soft breathing – nearly inaudible …

Riders in Lordaeron – Memory

November 7, 2013 – 1:33 pm

(Written by Jolly, Tarquin, and Annalea)

The highlands of Lordaeron were not for the faint of heart; be it the putrescence of the Scourge’s long-lingering remnant, or the rock-strewn hills and valleys that made farmers out of only the most …

Riders of Lordaeron – Logistics

September 13, 2013 – 7:11 pm

(With Tarquin and Annalea)

Once more, four people made their way through the thickets and hills of Lordaeron, this time in the crisp chill of late morning, seeking after the Rider. Aelflaed had snatched what sleep she could while Chryste …

Riders of Lordaeron – Problematic

September 11, 2013 – 9:47 am

(With Tarquin)

She hadn’t wanted to leave Jolly – not so soon after finding him again – but once away, it took about five minutes for Aely to figure out she had a problem.

That problem had just announced that …

Riders of Lordaeron: Arrangements

September 9, 2013 – 10:05 am

It was an uneasy goodbye for him, but it was agreed by both he and Aely that a stroll back to Hearthglen would not be very easy to explain, nor would the explanation needed for the three Argent soldiers once …

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