Alas, I have grown tired of MP games. I have grown more annoyed with games that could have had much better SP campaigns but decided to tack on MP instead.
Going online to play military shooters has evolved with playing against TIMMIES to playing with both TIMMIES and an older crowd who really believes they are in Favela somewhere and communicate with each other like they were part of a SEAL team. At this point I am unsure which is more grating on the nerves.
Ok, today it's official. I'm a geezer! It's the big 30 for me today. Glad it's finally here.
I've still never been pulled over, never been arrested, never went skydiving, I'm pretty sure I've done everything else at least once.
In this video I hoped to describe each of the ranger's skills individually, but combat flies by so fast that I couldn't touch on but a few of them. In this video you'll see some areas in Kessex Hills, the level 15-25 area adjacent to Queensdale. I'll make a brief stop at the Sylvari camp, Shadowheart Site, and visit the towns of Claypool (in Queensdale) and Divinity's Reach where you'll see how to access storage. Along the way there is some combat (including underwater), dynamic questing, and other
To update my friends, first of all I want to thank those who kept in touch with me, from the bottom of my heart.
it is a lonely disease, Lymes and it's coinfections.
It took over 11 months of straight antibiotics to get a negative test result for the Lymes.
Having the toxins of the disease and its die off, affect my brain in ways only a dementia patient would understand, is horrid.
Neurologically it is just as scary how it affects you.
Muscles hurt beyond prescription