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Bladewir's Bellowing Blog

I'm back! I usually blog about MMORPGs and my experiences with them here, as well as other topics at my other blog located at http://knvpradio.blogspot.com

Author: MMOPlaya

Meet Bladewir

Posted by MMOPlaya Thursday December 6 2007 at 11:15PM
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Bladewir is a silly and loud Dwarf with a very long red beard, who resides on a little hard drive on a little server, for which his creator pays a monthly fee to keep him fed while he's at work.   Bladewir likes trouble.  And ale.  He also has a 5 gold piece a day "eating disorder".  Oh sure, he has to put on his dwarven trousers one leg at a time like the lot of us, but he's not an ordinary run-of-the-mill small guy.

You see, Bladewir is really an actor.  He gets Scale pay (aka minimum wage) for acting like an avatar that is controlled by some dolt with a keyboard and mouse.  He gets to go on wild adventures (more like misadventures) taking him across many a dangerous land, fighting the good fight while looking for that "Sword of a Thousand Truths".  And the dolt with the keyboard can be such an ass sometimes.

BUT, Bladewir can take on many other incarnations.  "Blade" as his ex-wife prefers to call him, can be a pirate sailing the high seas, a space-aged bounty hunter hot on the trail of a wanted warlord, a hobbit eating pie, or a soldier in a war to save the universe. 

You see, Bladewir is the personification of what I CAN'T be, which is why I like being Bladewir - err, umm I mean controlling Bladewir.  Yeah thats what I meant.  He can do many things that I simply cannot, and he works on the cheap.  Besides, where else are you able to be a swashbuckling pirate with your own ship for $14.99 a month?

This is why I play MMORPGs.  This is why I play videogames.  I may not be very good at it, but they are a great diversion and stress reliever.  Read Bladewir's Blog to follow the random drivel that spews forth during our adventures together.  Thanks for reading! 

And if you are interested, I have started up a website devoted to the MMORPG.  Please feel free to visit!

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