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Tastes Gamey

This blog is about stuff. Sometimes that stuff has to do with MMORPGs.

Author: neschria

Out of things to say.

Posted by neschria Saturday November 17 2007 at 1:48PM
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I have nothing left to say about MMORPGs.

I am still playing a few small games. Mostly, I am playing Fiesta Online, even though my character has clones everywhere she goes. (Not a lot of avatar customization in that one!) I take it that normal people get to level 20 in the first couple of days they play, but being slow to level as always, I've gotten to level 18 since I started playing, even though I've only played the one character. Mostly I work solo on whatever is in my quest log and get into Kingdom Quests as I can. (Kingdom Quests are scheduled, timed instances. There are quests you can get that can only be completed within Kingdom Quests. My timing sucks, though-- I either miss the start times, or I am out in the field and unprepared when the recruiting time starts.)

I have several other games in the same general category installed, but I really only play one online game at a time, no matter how simple the game in question is.  I just don't have time to play more than one. I might not even have time to play that one, really. I am down to an hour at a time, and not every day. As I've mentioned before, I'm cheap, and I won't pay $15 a month if I am not getting $15 worth of entertainment. I'd rather spend the $15 on something else.

Two of my teenagers will be arriving on a train this evening. I am trying to get ready for them to be here for a week. It should be fun. It won't be a whole week, though, since I'll be driving them and the rest of the kids "back home" for Thanksgiving.

Back to cooking and cleaning. Back to my old blogs, to write about other things that occupy my mind when I am not thinking about MMORPGs-- religion, languages, and cooking, mainly.