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It didn’t take long to get from Thunder Bluff to the Echo Isles – Ankona took advantage of a wyvern so she could think and plan before getting to her destination. She had information to confirm with the spirits – was Gromnor dead? Was he really in the northern part of the Eastern Kingdoms, somewhere […]

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It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad Monday
comment 4 Written by on August 31, 2009 – 9:32 am

I’m fighting with the “I have too much I want to do and not enough time to do it” problem with WoW lately.  I’ve got four – maybe even FIVE – characters I’m in the process of leveling, and I can’t seem to stick with one for any extended amount of time.

Add to that the fact that I’m somehow busier without a job than I was when I was writing part-time so I’m not in game as much… and I end up a somewhat frustrated Anna!

Here’s what’s been going on though:

  • Annie Mae is level 55, completely done with Un’Goro, and will be finishing up Burning Steppes (only 2 quests now, no more Onyxia questline 🙁 ) before heading up to Felwood –> Winterspring (hooray Timbermaw Rep) and the Plaguelands.  I’m going to try to hit 59, if not 60 in the old world before heading to Outland, since that speeds things along nicely once I get there.
  • Anaje is working her way through the Southern Barrens.  I may detour back to do some starting zones for rep/loremaster reasons, but for now she’s chugging along nicely.
  • Anaelle is still 75, Angoleth is still juuuuust shy of 71, and Annylais is still 63.  I guess that means I’ve got my current alts picked out!
  • Thanks to some happy coincidences, Annie Mae has a story in progress, as well as a drawing commission that will probably be up in the next month or so.  Woo!
  • I’m <thisclose> to having my new Argent Crusade tabard – at which point I get to start working towards the Pony Up achievement.
  • Aely had good fun at the Rose Ball on Friday, though the idea of “dressing up” finally wigged her out to the point that she just wore her shiny purple dress armor instead of an actual, you know, /dress/.  She did wear her hair down though!
  • It’s really weird to log into a character that’s had a major hairstyle change!
  • I’m off to get my house ready to be invaded by crazy people with sewing machines tonight.  I’m feeding them lasagna.  I’m not sure if that’s the appropriate food for crazy people with sewing machines, but I figure it’ll do.
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4 Responses to “It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad Monday”

  1. Sewing machines? Is it cosplay related? Sounds ridiculously fun.

    By krizzlybear on Aug 31, 2009 | Reply
  2. @krizzly – not cosplay, per se. I do living history/reenactment (1400’s, W. Europe for me). Doing some demo stuff soon, so we are making outfits and things for people to try on 😀

  3. Macs sole concession to the ball was to tie his hair up into a ponytail and brush the twigs out of/rebraid his beard. Having the barbershops able to reflect this in game is probably my favourite RP addition blizz has put in the game since I dont know when.

    Then right as the tonks started, I got visitors and got dragged AFK so I missed the end of the event, which was a shame since it was an opportunity to redress some of the boomstick plot thats been dragging its chain for about 12 months now.

    On another note, I should get RSP up and running again. I miss that Mac’s general scruffyness/carewornness (is that even a word) isnt as apparent as it used to be. My new(ish) machine can probably handle it too.

    By Mac on Aug 31, 2009 | Reply
  4. I completely forgot about the ball. 🙁

    Which was probably just as well, since Arvoss has nothing “dressy” he could wear (it might have creeped people out if he just showed up in his saronite plate armor), and Shaurria would have gone in her fur, as usual. She may have taken a bath just for the occasion, though, so at least she would have been clean!
    .-= Sarai´s last blog ..In Which Alanon And Quae Have A Talk =-.

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