I need to be a little more imaginative with my article titles. Heh.
Anyways, I spent a bit of time today playing Destiny, and now I’m up to level 14. Getting there. I have to admit, I’m starting to have less and less fun playing it, unless I’m playing with my friend. I suppose that part of that is because I love co-op games. But I hate the grinding, I hate dying constantly, and dying in limited resurrection areas, no less, and there are some missions that I just can’t complete myself. I did have a little funny today, where a door closed on me, and sent me flying and killed me. It was kinda crazy. All the sudden I’m flying across the room. Like I said, I thought it was kinda funny.
After that I played WoW for a while. Got a few more things done, and I upgraded my garrison to level three! It cost 2,000 resources and, as it turns out, 5,000 gold. I didn’t know about that part. Although, I could have looked, if I was smart. Not that I had a problem paying for it. I had 25,000 gold approximately. I wish I could remember what else I did. It seems like I was logged in for quite a bit, though I don’t remember accomplishing a whole lot. I tried to get people to sign a guild charter, but that didn’t go so well. I guess I’ll have to work on that later. I really don’t need it, I just want it so I can have my own guild again. I suppose if I really wanted that, I could go back to one of the old servers, though I think I only have one Alliance guild. Maybe two? Not sure. I think I have three Horde guilds on various servers. I suppose I’ll have to check that out someday. Or not, who knows.
Not a whole lot other gaming going on at the moment. I’m thinking about playing Lichdom: Battlemage a bit more tonight, though I may play something else. Speaking of Steam games, the holiday sale is over now. Though there’s still the regular daily deal, and the weekend deals. Well, there was only one weekend deal when I looked earlier. That’s fine, it’s not like I need to be buying even more games. Well, maybe I do. Hehe. Not that I should, but that’s never really stopped me before.