Thursday, February 21, 2008

A Pox Upon Thee

So the Anti-PUG met again last night and we were able to get our guild established which was very cool and we all got tabards, which was AWESOME. I am now part of the Black Pox team, which is a full group and we’re going to try and swing for RFC next week, should be a cool experience.

The first thing that I want to point out is that the silliness and fun that I felt in the first day was STILL there. It was just like we were picking up from where we left off, like it was the next day instead of the next week. The desire to help each other is very noticeable in each and every single player. It’s an amazing thing and incredibly fun to watch. I don’t think there was one terse word spoken between players the whole night.

The one thing that brought a HUGE smile to my face was when Wulfa commented that this was the only time in her playing of WOW that she actually knew all of the people in the guild and how fun that was. It was a festive time and it only bodes well for the future.

Course my concern is the amount of squishies that we have amongst us, myself included. I hope it doesn’t make us a liability in these lower levels since a lot of our crowd control still hasn’t been given to us. Still we’ve got hunters, rogues, paladins and warriors to help us out and I’m sure we’ll be more familiar with each class as time goes on.

I wrapped up a little earlier than I wanted to because the rest of the group, with the exception of Fuller, was off line and I was too tempted to try and reach some different areas for Herbalism. I did do some quests but I held back from leveling so that I would maintain same level with everyone else. Course I feel like a bum since some people already have gold on the server and I’m still at less than 50s, I know that once I start getting drops though that will quickly change.

Here’s to more fun with my fellow Poxers next week and that the laughs just keep coming!

1 comment:

Sellia said...

I have currently less than 5s to my name ... lol

Go Black Pox !


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