WoW Slacker Status

Last night I merged my Paladin with my main account. It went very smoothly. The only annoying bit was trying to trasfer guild leadership. There’s no button in the UI for it of course. That meant a quick web search for the text commands. Then describing to Mom via chat how to input the text command to transfer the guild back. My Mom is computer savvy though, so she got it right off the bat.

Since the Blizz description noted that it could take a few days to complete the transfer, I hopped on my Rogue Auslander and me and Mom spent the evening trick or treating. Mom had time to catch up with an old guildie and I managed to level my Rogue to 62 and some change.

I love in game holidays. I’ve got to say that I’m glad that I subbed up in time for Hallowed End, though I am sad that I missed Brewfest. To me Brewfest will always be drunkfest. There’s nothing quite like virtual beer. You get to let someone else deal with the side effects while laughing your butt off. Although it would be interesting to see hang overs in a game. “Sorry no heals today the Priest is stuck with a hangover debuff and can’t stop puking.” Now that’s comedy.


  1. Monthi October 27, 2010 6:03 pm 

    Drunken gaming is loads of fun too. I remember some crazy guild antics in SWG back in the day. Ah I miss having a close guild.

    • Creep October 27, 2010 7:50 pm 

      hehe awesome

  2. Monthi October 27, 2010 10:19 pm 

    BTW I got on LOTRO and started playing my level 35 elf minstrel. Turns out you have to pay for quest packs and they cost $10+. I’m still debating about that one but I ended up getting LEGO Universe. hehe Me any my kiddie MMOs.

    • Creep October 28, 2010 11:06 am 

      How is lego universe?

      • Monthi October 28, 2010 7:16 pm 

        Really fun, but its gonna be shelved soon because I burned through the content really fast. Its very similar to other LEGO games, but from a third person perspective. I would wait until a trial comes out to check it out.

        • Creep October 29, 2010 12:14 pm 

          Waiting for a trial is always the way to go, thanks.

Comments are closed.