Yesterday was actually a day I didn’t spend gaming – go figure. I sat Ellithia in trader mode for the morning, not selling anything. The night before I’d sold a few little bits of odds and ends, mostly just trying to make room for more crap I can sell. It’s hard to get back into the market and see what sells and what doesn’t. I always used to love playing the market game way back when, granted it’s been a long time.
Next weekend I’ll be going to the Medieval Festival in Upper Canada Village – I’ve never been to one before and it’s their first one, so I am exceptionally excited. I plan on taking a whole lot of pictures, and yes, I am attending the King’s Banquette. Have I mentioned I’m excited?
Anyhow. Yesterday morning I spent in Natimbi with Invis, trying to get turtle meat to drop for Ishbel. The drops are rare, but I did manage to get one of the four. The quest gives a nice secondary item that has mana preservation on it, can’t go wrong with that.
Nostalgia the Guild has been growing by leaps and bounds. We’re up to over more then 30 unique accounts (not including alts) and are quickly approaching 70 members total (including alts). Not bad for something that started (basically) with just three of us. I have two free slots to create alts that are making me itch, contemplating what I want. Since I deleted my shaman I wouldn’t mind creating another one of those, though the idea of a magician has been appealing too. There’s still so much I’m enjoying and having fun with in game on a very basic level.
I’m still hoping to eventually get a crafting trophy or two started. I need to tribute a bunch of stuff that all my characters have been carrying around – and I finally went through invis’ bags and found all sorts of quest stuff in them. Go figure. I had a hard time deleting anything, but alas, it was just taking up room. Ancient quests that I’d never completed. I am still hoping to finish her scarecrow illusion mask (which I know is also part of her epic, but I have no interest in completing that). The wisps in Stonebrunt Mountains are a pain to find though. We’ll see how it goes.