I’m fine. Really. *twitch*

September 20, 2009 at 9:12 am (Navel-Gazing)

Well, I am officially no longer a WoW player.  Well, I’m officially no-longer-a-WoW-player-until-economic-matters-improve.

However, there’s still downtime when I can’t actually be tending to job-related-stuff, and what am I going to do, watch TV?  So, I decided to give a shot to a free MMO, and see what it’s like.  As it happens, Dungeons & Dragons Online just launched their free-to-play service.  I definitely could see the pricing model catching on, at least for a niche within the larger market, so it’s worth seeing how it works.  Plus, the company behind it is Turbine, and while there were aspects of Lord of the Rings Online I didn’t care for, it was certainly a quality game.  I did, back in my days DMing a group some years ago, know the D&D 3d edition rules pretty well, and I remember enough of them to hold my own, so I don’t have to deal with too steep a learning curve.

So, time to explore the world outside Azeroth.  No, not the real world.  That has bugs.  Of the bitey-stingey kind, not the crashy-laggy kind.  No it’s on to Eberron…and I’m passing the sardonic observations on to you, gentle readers.



  1. Tam said,

    WoW is missing you already but your blogging public remain fiercely loyal 🙂 I look forward to reading your adventures *twitch* somewhere else.

    • Kahleena said,

      Actually, if my traffic numbers are any indication, my blogging public is fiercely bored. 🙂 Ah well.

      • Night said,

        That’s probably due more to the few week break, than the switch in games. Good luck in your new adventures.

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