I originally created this blog because I liked World of Warcraft a lot, and I seem to have a hard time not talking about the things I like. At the same time I've always hated to bore people with stories that don't interest them, which is why the WoW-related posts on my personal blog quickly started to feel out of place. The obvious solution: a new blog, dedicated to WoW only.
My posts mostly consist of a mix of stories about experiences I've had in the game and more general ponderings about its development. I try to maintain a balance between using this as my personal in-game diary and just looking at the game as something abstract. I generally don't write guides - they are useful, but in a blog format they are not something I personally care to read or write.
As far as WoW credentials go, I started playing in late Vanilla, with my first character hitting level sixty a few weeks before the release of the Burning Crusade. I've been playing pretty much non-stop since then, switching from Alliance to Horde pretty early on, though I still play characters on both sides of the fence. I used to raid on what I'd consider a medium progression level for years but recently gave up on it due to dissatisfaction with the raiding game. These days I'm focusing on rated battlegrounds and levelling alts.
In real life I'm a 28-year-old Austrian living in England. I met my boyfriend through WoW and decided that moving a thousand miles to be with him was totally worth it. Go figure.
I read all the comments people leave, but I'm not always very good at replying to them since I hate to artificially increase my comment count by saying things like "oh yes, I agree". Do know that if you do decide to leave a message, it does get read and appreciated. You can also email me at _Irish_ at sms.at.
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