Playing a Redguard shield & spell combo, with some sneaky archery and warhammer as well. Still early on, remembering how Elder Scrolls games suck me in with their "Harvest/Make/Cook All the Things!" mentality. I'm also finding I prefer to run everywhere in the countryside, rather than use a horse. (See "Harvest All the Things".)
Learned that giants hit really, really hard.
Draugr don't respond to well to fire.
Wolves are bastards.
::does a wingover and dives back into the thread::
Welcome back Paris!! How goes it?
Solnes, darling! You look ravishing, as always!
Jyu1ch1, you should really be cautious with that diabolical nekkidness.
Wolfthulhu, Woodraven...the many faces of Mairkurion and Urizen...good to see all you gents, again.
As for me, life has been positively lunatic, lately. I would have thought that this week would be less stressful, since I'm off my ship, now, but between the longer commute to and from work and the girls' busy schedule, I've hardly had time to breathe since Monday morning.
Still, life is good. Wishing I had more time to exercise, especially since we hadn't even finished off the See's Candy fundraiser supply before Girl Scout Cookies went on sale.
I've been putting in time working on my online Pathfinder campaign and giving some thought to where I want to take my Kingmaker PC. It's so nice to be on the players' side of the GM screen, now. My tabletop group is really great and I'm having so much fun socializing with people who aren't in the Navy.
Anyway, I hope you are all well. I've promised the little ladies a few cookies and some milk before bed. Then, we need to finish the next chapter of "Over Sea, Under Stone" by Susan Cooper. (I'm hoping to get them through the entire "Dark is Rising" series by the end of the year.
I'll be back again, soon!
::gives the men a nod and the ladies a wink, then takes shining wing and heads off into the night sky::
Hope things calm down for you soon. Enjoy the shore duty while it lasts!