I have a mage shop!

Well if you caught the live stream last Thursday, you will be aware that I zapped an innocent shopper. I would like to take this opportunity to support my case…I was busy stocking the healing potions after some nasty people had knocked them off the shelves when I saw someone running for the door! After comments from my viewers that I was losing a lot of money to thieves I decided, against my normal better judgement, to act…and I run after them and zapped. I’m now recognised as a nasty shop keeper and lost money and experience…What can I say…I’m devastated. Apart from that – I can now make and sell wizard’s hats, robes, leggings and staves! So great when they actually buy one and wear it to leave the shop!

Almost enough for a mage shop!

I’ve still got to figure out how to actually play this game, but in this episode I manage to collect enough points to actually get the second level of the mage list – meaning that I can now make robes etc. My dream of a mage shop is getting closer by the second!

Probably a bit chilly….

In the dim and distant pass there was a time that no games were online and adventures were limited to playing with character sheets, dice and small painted models. During this time, I remember that there was a cartoon that depicted a female barbarian in what only be described as ‘limited’ armour which complimented her female body. The armour had numerous arrows sticking into it and was accompanied with the caption -“Good job I was wearing my armour!” Despite meeting probably all of the sexual stereotypes which abound within fantasy settings, the armour on the scantily clad warrior may have been provoking (top charisma score out of 18) it was highly impractical. It was only when I decided to create a Blood Elf Mage to test in the beta that I realised that the suitability of clothing for the starting area of FROST ridge was still not completely being considered.