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  • Monday Madness

    After two weeks of sporadic playing of Lord of the Rings Online (lotro), I have begun calling it the “grown up” MMO; the adult to World of Warcraft’s teenager. This is because of three main things; requiring some work/thought from the player, the sense of mystery it retains, and the look and feel of the […]

  • Reading List Realization

    While looking at my own blog page I came to the realization that I have not yet read a book this year. That makes me cry a little inside. To encourage myself I am truncating the visible length off the 2008 list and starting a new 2009 list. Maybe seeing the blank list will prompt […]

  • The Wednesday Wobble

    Yes, I know its technically Thursday. QQ The Gamestop gift card I had burning a hole in my pocket finally got used when I picked up a copy of Dawn of War 2. I am a huge Warhammer 40k fan, and even with all the success Dawn of War 1 had, I only played a […]

  • Sunday Evening Coffee

    I have done several 25 man pugs runs of Nax, and while most have been fun they have all also been tedious in some way. The frustrations of getting stuck on a boss and having people not wanting to actually work at beating it, the spats over loot, the frustrations of getting everyone there, running […]

  • WoW, sorry for my cold shoulder lately

    For the last ten weeks or so I have been Raiding in WotLK with my priest. Working most of that time to get better gear and clear achievements, but I did spend a bit of time getting my hunter up to 75. Sadly at this point I am growing bored of the current content. I […]

  • Lotro Session Three

    Last night, or shall I say early this morning, I had another fun play session in Lord of the Rings Online. This time I was playing my new hunter a human female names Laurwynn. I went with human again for two reasons: First my daughter wanted “my girl” to look a bit like her. We […]

  • Lord of the Rings Online: My second beginning.

    This post was born when I realized my last post started in with my character at level 6, and did not talk at all about the processes to get there. When I first saw the thread on Quarter to Three, I got my client patched up. It took a while but was a painless process; […]

  • Adventure back in The Shire

    Tom Chick, over at Quarter to Three, proposed an Lord of the Rings game night where once a week forumers would come together in the virtual world of Lotro and adventure together. I played Lotro for about a month at launch, and while I had fun I felt alone. See none of my regular online […]