gaming, Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Hunters, Warcraft Writing

Directional Difficulties

As a child, I needed my shoes labeled L for left and R for right. I'm sure that was the case for many children. But even as I got older, I still struggled with understanding directions. I remember as a teenager my father telling me to go left and I'd go right and he'd jokingly… Continue reading Directional Difficulties

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Finding the Beat

As an introverted single mom who works from home, my life didn't change very much when the pandemic hit. However, in the warmer months I usually drive from Upstate New York to Massachusetts to volunteer and dance at Native American powwows, and that gives me a much needed dose of social interaction. That isn't happening… Continue reading Finding the Beat

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Back to Hunter School

When I first started playing Battle for Azeroth on my hunter Sriset, I was using Survival spec. I imagine it's because I liked the Artifact appearance for that spec from Legion. Then somewhere along the line, I switched to Beast Mastery, probably because I was dying too much in Survival because I wasn't properly geared or I picked up a bow with better damage, or both.

Warcraft Events, Warcraft Hunters, Warcraft Writing

Stages of Invisibility

Despite the stealth puzzle from hell, I had a great evening and definitely felt much less alone and forgotten. I know online friendships can be tricky and it's easy to make too much out of nothing, but I am extremely grateful to last night's dungeon crew for making me feel like I'm worth going through zappy robots for.