Monday 18 June 2007

The cabaret was quiet except for the drillin' in the wall

Yet another quiet weekend, gaming-wise. I'm beginning to spot a trend here... Friday, I finished off running my Guild Wars Assassin from the Factions campaign back to the beginning of the Prophecies campaign, so I'm ready for our posse to make a start on that. I can't actually pick up quests myself at the moment, but hopefully there won't be a problem tagging along with the others on theirs, giving them a chance to catch up with all the XP I unavoidably picked up on my wildlife-slaughtering journey.

Saturday and Sunday were Double XP Weekend in City of Heroes, but I didn't get too much of a chance to play. Made a few levels on the recently rolled Scrapper, but much time was taken up with quiz nights, cinema visits, and hooking up a DVD recorder (side note: I'd like to thank the genius who designed our TV cabinet for putting great big slabs of wood in randomly stupid places, so that in order to connect two things on adjacent shelves you have to run cables out one side, round somewhere else, over another bit, then back in the other side. Really appreciate that. I didn't swear at all in trying to get everything hooked up without going and buying three metre cables or drilling holes in something. Well, not much. Maybe once or twice. Every sentence. And they were quite short sentences.)

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