I know it's been a month since my last post.
A lot of real life stuff has happened in that time; which I won't go into.
In six days, the Lair will hit its' second anniversary. I had thought I might already be past that, but apparently I'm not. So I'll blog about it now, because I can't guarantee where I'll be then.
I can't actually remember the experience of making the first post now; if it wasn't there, I wouldn't remember it at all. I can remember how much WoW has changed in these two years, though; and how much my own life has. I've been in and out of my sole romantic relationship, have had a complete religious change, and have moved house three (it could have been four) times within that period.
I'm possibly going to log into WoW after I've finished writing this. I bought a timecard last month, and this will be, to my knowledge, the second time I've logged in while it has been active. What I'm not sure about is what I'm going to do in the game this time.
I think it's going to have to be play some alts, although I'm still somehow pretty hooked on the concept that playing WoW means playing Mirsh, if I play WoW at all. I think that's the main reason why I've almost given up. The Hunter was all it was really about for me.
I've realised that truthfully, the forum ban was actually one of the major things which caused me to stop playing, as well. I've actually considered getting an entirely new account purely because of that. Of course, I'd probably just get perm banned again in very short order, but I'd have some time back at least. General at times was fun.
It may only be by the skin of my teeth, but as I vowed to do with my forum (and other) trolls, I have fulfilled the proverb that I used to quote from Vampire: The Masquerade.
"The greatest way to deal with an enemy is to outlast them." ;)