Thursday, September 30, 2010

Left 4 Dead-- The Sacrifice Prequel to The Passing

First thing you got to do is finish The Passing. It is based on the story of the 4 survivors from the first Left 4 Dead game. Namely, Zoey, Bill, Louis and Francis. The Sacrifice is set to come out as a game and will be  more exciting by giving players a chance to make their own ending.
The Sacrifice is available as a comic. From the L4D Blog, they presented the new line up for The Sacrifice release: For Left 4 Dead 2, gamers receive “The Sacrifice” campaign and L4D1’s “No Mercy” both playable with the L4D1 Survivors. This version also offers 5 new achievements. In the L4D2 version of “The Sacrifice” each campaign is playable in Campaign, Versus, Survival, and Scavenge modes, and both "The Sacrifice" and L4D2 version of No Mercy feature the Left 4 Dead 2 Special Infected, items, and weapons. Yes, Zoey with a chainsaw!-source-

Related to The Passing, I remember that the first batch of survivors were lacking Bill, the Vietnam Veteran. It  brought out so much curiosity on what happened to Bill. The Sacrifice will explain it all. Can't wait!

A Blue Proto Drake

I was told that this is a rare flying mount, with a drop chance of 1%-2%. I have it! Now I need 5000G to be able to ride it :D Anyone?
Source: Skadi the Ruthless in Utgarde Pinnacle
Requires: Level 70, Riding 300

In the World of WarCraft, players are given mounts, which we can ride to make exploring, questing or even raiding easier. And mounts are such great deal in this game. Some are hard to find (like this Blue Proto Drake), few players have it. And as a gamer who just turned level 80 a month ago, being able to acquire this Blue Proto Drake is quite an achievement. None from my guild who are experts have this mount.

Back On Enhancing My Profession

I started playing W0W in an extraordinary way. A player would probably begin following the line of quests, dungeons and maps that was set ahead in order to level up. Since I have a group who's been very helpful from the very beginning, I skipped a lot, and one of  the things I missed was to create a profession for my character. Profession is defined as something we do for a living. We can choose fishing, herbalism, cooking, alchemy, jewel crafting, tailoring, all that jazz. The purpose is almost the same with what we do in real life.  They say it's best to start your profession as you begin with day 1.

When I finally reached level 60 of Burning Crusades, I went back all the way where I started just to pick up on what I left with my profession, which is Alchemy- Herbalism and a second profession which is cooking. These 3 will greatly build up my character as I move along. Alchemy will grant me potions such as healing and mana, which are very useful for raids, battles and instances. Herbalism aids with Alchemy, because herbs are the main ingredients for the potions I create. As for cooking, I chose it because it is one of the things I love to do. But mind you, it also helps with my character's survival. The food I cook can be use as healing too.

 It took me 2 days to finally finish the first part of Herbalism 101.
My adventure took me to places I've never been to. It was fun exploring. I discovered a lot of places. Like for instance, The Hinterlands, I didn't know that this map was full of Boomkin-like creatures, and they have it in red. I find boomkins cute and cuddly :D

Friday, September 24, 2010

Mom Is Currently Playing The World of WarCraft

To begin, I want to share the latest online game that has been keeping in front of the computer lately. It is the only game that inspired me to put up an online journal all just for the excitement of  sharing my experiences online both high and low.  The World of WarCraft. 

I wasn't really a fan. Being a gamer, I did finished WarCraft III: The Reign Of Chaos to The Frozen Throne.  But back then,  I was just an ordinary gamer, I was never a die hard player. I play for the sake of entertainment and fun. It's not even a hobby. My love for the World of WarCraft started when my husband and I made an agreement. You see, I went slow on gaming when I became a mom. Eventually, my interest died down a bit. My husband was very eager to bring back that gaming flame in me. He had to bribe me first until I finally agreed to "at least" try it for about a week. If  the game(World of WarCraft) will not get me up and running again, maybe, it's just time to hold off the games for a while. And then I tried. But as expected, the World of WarCraft is "The Game" of all time. In an instant, I got hooked up, playing while in the middle of my chores and taking care of the family. All I wanted to do is to level up each day. I was lucky enough to be accompanied by friends who's been playing for years, which I consider experts in this world we're playing in.
The World of WarCraft is a multiplayer online role-playing game created by Blizzard Entertainment. A player is able to create a character, an avatar in third or first person view. Random objectives were made ready in order to help the player's avatar to level up. Maximum is Level 80 starting from W0W Vanilla, The Burning Crusades, and Wrath of The Lich King. Exploring the landscape, fighting various monsters, completing quests, and interacting with non-player characters (NPCs) or other players.-source-
Here's a little something on what's in store for you.

The world itself is stunning. There's so much to do, so much to explore, so much to discover and so much to share...

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Site Underconstruction

Hello fellow mom gamers, and gaming enthusiasts! I'm Enchie a mom to a 6year old kid. I have been playing ever since the dawn of computer games. I embraced this teenage interest of mine until I got married and started a family of my own. With life's blessings, I was given a partner who is also a hardcore gamer. I have been into Blizzard games lately. World of Warcraft in particular is my ultimate game for the moment. So there, a brief background. Thank you for dropping by. Hopefully, on your next visit you will be reading stories of my adventures and misadventures in the gaming world. Have a nice day!

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