I have been posting less and less. Where do I go from here?
I wanted this to be a WoW Frost Mage blog, but there has been little to no news regarding Frost Mages, other than Ice Lance and Refreshment. This whole spat with Spirit/Molten Armor? None of my concern. As a Frost Mage, I’m not here for the DPS, although I can certainly hold my own and not drag the raid down. You want a real nerf? Look at Lifebloom. Leyola is crying in a corner, and Wimzig is consoling her ineffectively, freezing her tears by accident.
I wanted this to be a WoW journal/diary, but not playing WoW has given me very little to blog about. I miss my guild terribly, and they probably have me presumed as dead.
I wanted this to be a blog about my favourite blogs, but many of my favourites are, have been, or will be discontinuing their posts. As both a reader and a writer, it feels like something’s been stolen from me. I take my inspiration from the lot of ya, but when there’s less posts to be read, then there’s less posts to be written about. It saddens me, and I feel empty and alone.
I wanted this to be a blog where I could feel safe to say anything I want, without having to face the scrutiny of people telling me to STFU or DIAF. With the advent of the Daily Quest, I’ve been scared to post anything of any value, fearing that the trolls from WI would come over and just destroy everything that I’ve worked so hard to make. And when you’re scared to write, something’s terribly wrong.
I’ve found my wow-less solace this week in Pokemon Platinum. Ridiculously fun, genuinely addictive, and well worth the money for die-hard, nostalgia-grubbing, oft-deluded Nintendo fanboys such as my self. Glaceon is the best Eevee ever. And for this blog, while it doesn’t fall into any particular intended category of blog mentioned above, it just makes sense.
Am I going crazy? Am I posting less as a subconscious scheme to not be noticed by WI? Am I burned out on WoW, or WoW blogging? You decide. For now, I’ll just get back to work on my Naruto fanfiction. Because I’m awesome like that.