Lol'd. I love you, Yang. If only IRL was as interesting now as it was a year ago. I'm working nearly full time and my girlfriend finally moved out, so I now have my personal space - and more importantly, my solitude - back. I should be registering for classes soon, too, and if I can get into the ones I need, I'll be just six months from being able to transfer to a university where I will finally begin to work on my future as an English progressor. As for Runescape and dungeoneering, I've been doing quite a lot of both these past few weeks. 120 is so close now, and I'm guaranteed to get it this weekend. DGS made it through the slump of October and has been going strong for a few weeks now, much to my delight. We're still #3 in the game for dungeoneering experience, but we're about to be bumped down to #6 for total experience by a skilling/citadel clan. And speaking of citadels, we're the highest ranked clan with a t1 citadel. And speaking of DGS, I'm extremely proud of the progress we've made - not only in furthering the dungeoneering metagame, but in helping to teach a legion of dungeoneers to break their shackles and sweep dungeons like they'd never dreamed of. What most people don't realize is that 30 minute floors are simply a reflection of the team's lack of knowledge. It has very little to do with APM or moving quickly - it's simply knowing how to get every path and branch open in a systematically efficient way. People who are satisfied with 30 minute floors would be equally satisfied with 20 minute floors if they knew it required the same amount of relative effort. I love taking brand new members of DGS on 15 minute floors and seeing their reactions at having just done a floor four times faster than they've ever experienced. But more than that, I love how they themselves are able to contribute to doing those kinds of floors in just a couple months of being with us. I feel that DGS is definitely moving into it's Golden Age, so to speak. We're nearly done with our various guides that will be used to train inexperienced dungeoneers in a much more efficient manner than what happens currently. I definitely recommend DGS to anyone who wishes to truly learn the ins and outs of dungeoneering. Go ahead and post a guest application - you don't have to join the clan chat right away, or ever, but I definitely hope that you'll want to. Once you go black DGS, you never go back. Current DGS stats: - 191 members. - Average dungeoneering level of 101. - 21 members with 120 dungeoneering. - Ranked #5 for total exp. - Ranked #3 for dungeoneering exp. - Five of our members currently hold the record for fastest complete floor ever. - Floors going on at all hours of the day. - Active in-game and forum community with advice from the pros whenever you need it. As for myself and 120, I'll be playing around with primal plate, sagiattarian body, and maybe even primal maul for the l0lz. I'll definitely be working towards 200m exp, too.