|Where most of my time has been spent in game.|
The last two weeks I haven't played World of Warcraft or any MMO much. As is usually the case, it isn't so much the game as it is not knowing what I want to do and real life getting in the way.
For most of the last week I have been visiting my parents and they don't have internet access. I visited Chik-fil-a one day to use their free wifi in order to do my garrison runs on my 5 characters that have a garrison and make sure none of the mail I send between characters gets deleted but I have managed to do without. It has been good to spend time with my parents and let them get to know my youngest daughter better.
Prior to that, I still wasn't playing much. I raised Kanter's (my Hunter) iLevel to over 635 with a nice upgrade from a garrison quest and I have plenty of parts for everything I want except for my gun upgrades for Kanter. I finally raised my x to level two for my priest, Kantra, so she can have a tank as a companion. It does make questing and gathering a lot easier on her and I now plan to do the same for my mage. I don't think it would make much of a difference for Kanter since he hasn't had issues anything he has done, but for a cloth not pet class, I can see it as a big help.
This should have encouraged me to level my priest since it'll be easier and it will give me access to the Savage Blood from her barn needed for the gun upgrade mentioned above but I just haven't allocated the time to do it. I also still have four Heroic Dungeon quests that I would like to get done with Kanter but I really don't like queueing for anything in WoW. Part of my reluctance is that since I don't play that much I don't know the fights and I don't have confidence in my ability to contribute. Also, I'd rather use my limited play time in an environment where I know I won't run across bad attitudes.
Since I started this blog, I wanted to be able to enjoy an MMO where I only spent one night playing it in a dedicated way. That was the origin of this blog's name. Right now, I am squeezing in time to do my garrison activities and, while I enjoy that, too, I don't have time where I am making real progress and once I get back home, I will try to set aside a night to do that.