Ah Saturday. The day when I sort of rest and sort of get stuff done; by that I mean I make a whole pot of coffee and spend the entirety of the first half of the day playing World of Warcraft. Sad, right? In my defense, I’ve scaled down considerably from when I was a self-described, hardcore, elite, gamer that would spend 3-4 hours A NIGHT playing. I don’t mind saying though, that I was awesome. Like TOTES. Now, I tend to just waft into a random raid group or (gawd help me) an LFR group to blow up the meters quietly; because that’s how I like to show off: Silent but Deadly.
Truth be told, I’ve recently left the guild that was part of my life since Wrath of the Lich King and if you’re doing your math (which I know you’re not) that’s over half a decade of being dedicated to the progression of a group of people. I feel I should get a reward, a degree or at least a $25 gift card to Target. And really, I could SO use that gift card right now.
So today, I reminisce for the “Good Old Days” when my WoW alter-ego, Xerberus, was a name to be feared (in my mind). Also I randomly ran into an article for the Music Video I spliced together set to the tune of Adele’s Rolling in the Deep with a big spoonful of help from my fellow WoW guildie: PaddyDCups. I was quite proud of it and it actually got more than a few articles of note in the geek gamer blogosphere, like this one from Engadget. PS: Thank you, Michael Gray.
At any rate: Hope you enjoy it!