I haven't written about World of Warcraft lately, which is a shame because my interest in the game has been rejuvenated as a result of Molly, my glistening new MacBook Pro. She makes the game look powerfully better than the computer I was gaming on before. Thus, I've been spending much more time prancing around Azeroth, the game's titular world.
My main character is a vastly under-utilized level 80 Undead warlock. While he's potent and always a gas to play, I have lately been spending more time on a different server playing a new level 28 Draenei paladin named Hips, which is the first Alliance character I've played since I began playing WoW in the summer of 2007.
Honestly, I was loathe to create an Alliance character, as all my previous ones had been Horde, but my dear Denver friends Mimi and Patch encouraged me to join them on their server - and they happen to prefer the Alliance.
(If you're new to the game, there are two essential "sides" to the war - the Alliance and the Horde. Both have committed atrocities, so there's no real good or bad side. But the Horde is way cooler because you can play as a zombie.)
I'm actually surprised I don't play with more Colorado folks. In social situations, I often mention that I play WoW, but thus far I've only met people who no longer play. So it's delightful and encouraging two folks in Colorado who are always ready to rock the sword & shield.
If you've ever thought about playing WoW, the server I'm currently playing on is named Eonar. I'd love for you to come kill things with me. I'm definitely not the best gamer around (I'm likely pretty horrible), but I always wear a smile in addition to my enchanted armor.
(If you're an experienced WoW freak, you probably noticed that I didn't use words like roll, toon, etc. I just didn't want this entry to be indecipherable to the general populace. Zug-zug.)