Living in California, it didn't always mean the stereotypical sunshine and warm weather. It meant depending on which part of the state you lived in, it could be really warm if you were living out by the desert or pretty muggy in the middle of July. Wait, California has deserts? Yes, and snowy mountain peaks too. It's only a four hour drive from San Francisco to South Lake Tahoe, CA. Winters where I live in in California have been significantly cooler and wetter over the past few years. The p
Despite all the "changes" that have recently been put back into the game, I've decided to mostly ignore it, mostly because I don't see it as something so drastically important that I need to dedicate time to it. Instead, I'm going the complete opposite route. For the past few years, I've been making it a point to not do anything combat related in RuneScape for the entire duration of the Lunar New Year celebration, and two weeks after that. This means a whole month dedicated to pure skilling.
I had meant to write an entry, but as you can tell I usually don't blog anyway. XD So it's been about a year and a bit over a month since I got P2P on my main. And honestly I have no regrets. Sure I lost my status as one of the higher skill-total F2Pers, but I gained a renewed interest in the game as well, not to mention even more friends. As of now, I have achieved at least three P2P stats to the 90s, including Thieving (99), Fletching (90), and Slayer (90). I've also managed to get 80+ in
After a much needed hiatus, ForsakenMage finally decided that it was time to move on. At first I protested, telling her we had to wait until at least my final examinations were done and over with, but in the end I gave her to key to let her pass into the world that Pengew had shown me. On top of a Human Biology exam and dealing with the upcoming holiday mayhem, ForsakenMage helped me thank Pengew for her guidance and taking care of me the past few months. Pengew merely grinned, looking pretty se
ForsakenMage decided to go on vacation. After many long years, she decided it was time for a break, and took off on her own to my dismay. Now and again she'll come back, make a few necklaces, then zoom off again to some random part of the Kingdom of Misthalin. Before she left, I asked her who would keep me company during her absence. She thought for a moment. "Xin Anmi can keep you company." "Xin Anmi?" "My protege." "Since when did you have a protege?" "Since you weren't paying too