Self-proclaimed writer and singer.
Others-proclaimed cynical bitch.
22 years old, more jaded than I should be.
Feminist, intellectualist, agnostic.
SuperWhoLockian, Loki fangirl.
A little pretentious.
A little hypocritical.
A little condescending.
I really wish TV shows had video game-style volume controls, with seperate sliders for voices, effects, and music.
I mean, I’m really putting forth an effort. PvP of any kind generally turns me off. I don’t like dealing with childish idiots who call me a noob because I don’t spend 12 hours a day playing, people who rage because they “got beaten by a girl” or, even worse “Pfft you’re a girl get back in the kitchen”. Hahahahaha, clever. Asshole.
Almost everyone I regularly hang out with plays it. They talk about their favorite characters, or the awesome pentakill they got last night. They’ll come over with their PCs and play. They’re so caught up in it that they ignore everything around them, yelling and laughing, and I’m just sitting quietly in the corner playing Bioshock. Or we’ll be having a conversation, and one of them will say “Oh, that reminds me of something that happened in League last night…” BOOM. My contribution to this discussion is over.
Anyway, I downloaded and installed the game. I’m patching it now, and decided to read some new user guides in the meantime to figure out what the hell I’m doing.
These guides are completely fucking useless. They’re not written for someone who’s never played LoL, they’re written for people who’ve never played a video game. There are in-depth instructions on how to move and what your interface buttons do. I can look at the UI for five minutes and figure that out. Some of the tips are things like “Don’t take on a turret alone” or “if you’re new, choose a lane someone else on your team is in”. NO SHIT.
None of these guides include strategies, what abilities to use against what characters, which characters are AP and which are AD. You know, useful things. I’ve watched them play the game enough to understand the basics. But the only guides I can seem to find are either for absolute idiots, or for people who make spreadsheets of character stats in their free time. There’s nothing in between.
I guess the only way to learn is to play as each character 100 times, get my ass kicked 1,000 times, then realize I’ve been doing it wrong the entire time because I bought the wrong items.
Yeah, this is gonna be fun.
Factoring in the time my computer spent off while I was sleeping (it has bright red lights inside would keep me awake otherwise), I’ve just spent more than three days downloading the patch for Tera.
Finally reach 100%
Oh man I’m finally gonna get to play!
Oh shit here we go!
Now downloading another patch.
Estimated time remaining: 6 days, 17 hours.
Farming for Lovely Charms for WoW’s Valentine’s Day event? Here’s my tip.
Go to coordinates 23.24 30.56 in the Valley of the Four Winds. There’s a cave entrance there on a ledge hidden by some bushes. Inside is a named Virmin named Skiggit . He spawns waves of about 8 adds that only have 4000 health. The thing is, they spawn even after he dies, and respawn instantly after you kill them. AoE your heart out.
If you are/can find a shadow priest, even better. Use Mind Sear. It can be cast on a friendly target. Have one person stand in the center of where the adds spawn, and have the spriest use Mind Sear on him/her. You’ll be killing about 6-8 mobs per second, which will net you over a hundred charms per minute.
Unless you play on the Silver Hand server, that is. If so, disregard this. I don’t want competition :P
I know I’ve asked a lot of the Tumblr community. It seems I have some new art request or survey or something at least once a week. But the artistic brilliance of you fantastic people is absolutely limitless, while mine leaves me struggling to draw a symmetrical stick figure.
So I fall to my knees, humbled before your magnificence, and seek your aid. I’ve started a new D&D campaign and written about eight pages of backstory for this character, but my poor little cleric is depressingly lacking in visual representation. I’d really love it if someone had the spare time and energy to draw her for me. If you’re feeling particularly charitable, you could even draw my entire adventuring party! I’m sure my friends would be excited beyond words. I’ll even include references, because I don’t expect everyone to just know what each D&D race looks like.
This post will be quite long (detailed descriptions of six characters, after all), so in order to avoid flooding your dash with a massive wall of text, I’ve included a break. Please read on if you’re interested.
You know, like the one I did for the Avengers. I’m trying to decide between a few fandoms.
Which should I do first? I’m going to do them all eventually, but I’m interested in seeing which one would… be in the highest demand, I guess. Any other fandom suggestions would be good too.