For Gnomeregan! is where the members of <B.L.O.G.> on Shadow Council (US-RP-A) roleplay guild meetings as part of an in-blog and in-game RP campaign. The rules for this campaign are no ERP (Erotic RolePlay) and no vampires (though death knights are welcome). Everyone is invited to participate. Assume that to get into the guild, you at least pretended to be in full use of your faculties and are willing to fight for the cause. You are all welcome to join us here in the comments and those who wish to play with us in-game should friend Peenk and ask for an invite on Shadow Council (US-RP-A).
Kixi Sparklebolt here again. Let's talk this week about distractions. We are supposed to be focused on training for the upcoming offensive to free Gnomeregan, but it is easy to get distracted.
For example, here I am at the Darkmoon Faire in Elwynn Forest. I came here because some guy in Ironforge handed me a piece of paper so that I could get some smaller pieces of paper. And though I have no use for pieces of paper, or a home to display them in, I accepted the one paper and went off to exchange it for the other ones. Does this help me fight troggs, Thermaplugg or even the Horde? No. Does this help me earn better equipment to train with? No. But I did get to dance with a night elf and his leashed dog. That was something.
There are good distractions and bad distractions, and for me, this was obviously a bad distraction. But I think sometimes it's good to have a little entertainment on the side to help us deal with our more serious endeavors.
What has been distracting you from your training? Have they been good or bad distractions? Or if you haven't strayed from your purpose, what keeps you focused?
Hardcider is pouring the ale this week to avoid last week's incident. I can't vouch for the cleanliness of the mugs though. I hope you brought your own.
Please join us by answering the above questions in character. If you are new, why have you joined the army? All the World's a Stage is a great resource, and this guest post by Anna is a must-read for making new characters.
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