It was a good month for games. I played Battle for Azeroth, and really love this expansion. It may be the best yet. All my higher level characters are playing really well. It's taking each one long enough to work their way through Freehold in Tiragarde so that I can queue for dungeons.
I've gotten Freehold, Waycrest Manor and Shrine of the Storm with various characters. Freehold is smoothest, with everyone getting lost in Waycrest Manor, and dying at the Ritualists and Lord Stormsong in Shrine of the Storm. Tanks and Healers are a bit cranky.
Everquest 2 was played a bit almost everyday. In a stressful month, I was thinking of it as "my happy place". Now that's a good thing for a game to be.
I've played my newly minted Mystic the most, and she's at level 17. She also has 7 gold, which is way more than my level 17 Fury has. I'm almost thinking you get more looted money and things to sell in the Frostfang Sea area.
My Fury is not getting any money as loot, it's gross stuff like Canine Saliva. She's in the Qeynos/Antonica area. I just like the little ching ching sound of gold. Also, it feels as if there is better bank and vendor access in the Frostfang area. For sure, there are more rugs to be had in Frostfang. I wonder if they kind of loaded it up when they went Free To Play.
There's still a little Bruiser Froglock on the Isle of Refuge. I wonder if I send her to Kelethin if she's likely to get some new and unusual furniture :)
I enjoyed my Steam games and plan to go back in and work on those. My son recommended the Witcher to me and I have all three of the games. He's generally right about what games and classes I'd enjoy playing.
Loved Broken Age.
Curious to see the plot play out in Dear Esther.
The Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is pretty funny, in I'm sure an unintended way, as it is so serious in tone.
I logged in to Rift a couple of times, and am set to send my Cleric out adventuring.
It took forever to get ESO to update, but I'm now able to log in and see which character I want to play.
Looking at my GW2 Hunter for a post or two, I think I may back up and try her Personal Story.