Alright, enough blog posts about APB recently. Here's something different. This story takes place - uh... a long time ago - in Morrowind (duh) on the original Xbox (unfortunately, those loading times sucked).
I traveled north from Vos, on some long forgotten mission. As I neared the sea, a fantastic Deadric ruin appeared on the horizon. I was a spellsword, primarily a mage but often reliant on my powerful summoned dagger. I had stolen a full set of priceless glass armor from the Mage's Guild by magically picking the lock, slowly loosing loyalty with them as I rose in rank with House Telvani. I felt unstoppable as I neared a mysterious Deadric ruin for the very first time.
A couple years ago, I became interested in playing dungeons and dragons. There were a few reasons for this, perhaps the first was Site Admin Lelldorianx - sorry, can't keep typing that - STEVE talking about playing D&D each week. When Wizards of the Coast released the Penny Arcade D&D podcasts (RIP Aofel) my interest peaked. Without ever having played, I was missing a key part of being a gamer. As a result, last summer I played my first D&D encounter online with Steve as the DM. It was a simple encounter without much story, a kobold ambush, but it was definitely fun, and lasted long into the night. He promised a full campaign, but the summer ended, and neither of us had the time.
Yesterday your favorite site admin came up to me. Well, actually, he messaged me on steam chat. The conversation went something like this:
"Hi Space_man!" he said.
"Hi site admin Lelldorianx" I said. "How are you doing?
He replied, "The blog on my website isn't working properly. Could you help me troubleshoot it Space_man?"
"Ok site admin Lelldorianx" I answered.
Subsequently troubleshooting took place and the blog was fixed.
"Wow, you fixed it site admin Lelldorianx!" I said. "Maybe I should make a blog now!"
"Yes, Space_man, commence blogging" he replied.
"Ok" I said. "But what should I blog about?"
"EVERUTHING IN UNIVERSE" he replied. And he was right.