If you have arrived at this blog hoping for some tips and tricks to get really good at the MMO you play, you’re in the wrong place, my friend. While I am a dedicated player, I am not a good player. I seem to specialize in doing everything wrong. I have fun, though.
What is this blog about, then? It will be about the games I am playing, what’s going on in those games, and what I think about those things. I will probably give my opinions on games I try. We’ll have to see where this all ends up.
But who am I anyway? Here’s a brief version of my MMOResume:
My first MMORPG was Ultima Online, way back in 1997. I played EverQuest from 1999 to about 2007. I was there for the horrific Anarchy Online launch. I played Dark Age of Camelot for a short while. I played World of Warcraft for about 6 months when it first launched. I’ve tried to play EverQuest 2 off and on over the years. I played Lineage 2 for a little bit. I have played some truly obscure games, like Underlight, along the way. I played the heck out of Jade Dynasty at one point. I played Dungeons & Dragons online with one of my sons for a while. And then there are all the games I dipped my toes into that are too numerous to name– I am willing to try anything for 10 levels.
I am currently playing Black Desert Online and Elder Scrolls Online. (“The” Elder Scrolls Online? Whatever.) In non-MMO gaming, I have also played a whole lot of No Man’s Sky, and with the recent update, I foresee myself getting back into that.
Sometimes I will binge Civ V, but that’s less a game and more of a hostage situation for me.
I am writing this in the middle of the night, so I am going to set up a character for AFK fishing in BDO and go back to bed. Nice meeting you. Hope to see you around.