About a week ago, we had a friend over for the evening. Naturally, we booted up Diablo 3—it’s one of the few games we have that allows for three players.
Because Shane and I had already reached level 70 with our seasonal characters, we decided to create new characters so all three of us could play evenly. We had a bad experience trying to level up his first demon hunter with Artemis, because the thorn damage would literally cause a level-one character to explode.
Continue reading “Why the Diablo 3 Wizard Is My New Favourite Thing”
I was one of those lucky kids who got to read the Harry Potter books as I was growing up.
The first one came out when I was just a little tyke—it got devoured by my impressionable little brain in a matter of days. I spent years after that impatiently awaiting the next instalment of the story, then reading voraciously for a few days before starting the cycle all over again. Continue reading “What I Learned from Mad-Eye Moody”
Every now and again, I get bitten by the travel bug.
And lately, my computer at work has taken to rotating through a series of beautifully tropical vacation photos on its lock screen, which really isn’t helping.
So I’ve spent a lot of this week thinking about getaways, and honestly, there are so many places I’d love to visit—both in real life, and in fantasy.
Here’s where I would travel if they were real places! Continue reading “My Fantastical Vacation: Where I’d Go If They Were Real”
One of the biggest struggles facing gamers today is that of the backlog.
This is a vicious cycle that begins when many, many games hit the market, and there just isn’t enough time to play them all.
Such a terrible problem, right?
Sarcasm aside, I spent some time this week coming up with the games I want to play this year. Obviously, it was a bit of a daunting list, so here are the top three! Continue reading “Mission Possible: My 2018 Game List”
The first present my boyfriend Shane ever got me was a set of three mystery minifigures from the Lego Batman Movie.
He may or may not have realized at the time just how solidly that would attach me to him.
I’m about 95% sure he knew this at the time, but Lego is—and always has been—my favourite toy. And today is the perfect day to talk about it. Continue reading “Celebrating a Love of Lego”