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And December Begins!
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dark_pheonix From: dark_pheonix Date: December 4th, 2010 12:23 pm (UTC) (Link)
Out of curiosity, how many WOW characters do you have? Are you thinking of starting new ones to make use of the new races that are becoming playable?

Also, what's a command strip?

Happy (retrospective) thanksgiving!
trinalin From: trinalin Date: December 4th, 2010 01:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
I have one toon I play regularly (Alonzah) and last night she got to 80! This is the first time I've hit the level cap BEFORE they changed the level cap! (It goes up to 85 on Tuesday with the new expansion, which I've already pre-ordered.) I have 4 other Alliance toons that I used to play in semi-regular fashion until I decided to focus on Alonzah. Plus I have one Horde toon that is languishing at level 14.

When Cataclysm comes out Tuesday, I'm making me a Worgen (Werewolf). Haven't decided on the name yet. Like the majority of my toons, she'll be a hunter. (Oddly enough, the majority of City of Heroes toons I have are either controllers or masterminds. So I guess I like having someone do all the work for me. Even in gaming I'm lazy!) I think she'll start out with a Mastiff (automatically) but I'll switch to a fox once I'm able. :-)

Alonzah is an elf and her main pet is a lion (Leo, of course), but she's also got a black spotted saber cat (Kitty), a purple dinosaur (Fluffy), and a newly trained gorilla (Whale - it's an inside joke that MAYBE my sister would get if she thought about it long enough...) I can get a 5th active pet in another level or two. I found purple spiders yesterday that are trainable - maybe I'll get a purple spider, just cuz. ;-)

As for Command strips - 3M, a chemical company that does adhesives and other things, has these nifty sticky strips (and accompanying hooks) that leave no residue when removed properly. The trouble with the exterior of my house (in addition to being colder than they recommend for installation) is that it's got grooves - so not as much surface area to stick on. So I wasn't sure if they'd work. The wreath lasted 2 days and the garland 3. I bought the next size up for each and we'll see how long these new ones last. If they fail, I guess I'll have to hammer nails or screw hooks into my new exterior. Was hoping to avoid that!

Thanks for the post-holiday wishes! I send you many pre-holiday wishes for the upcoming festivities! (And a special thanks for the package which arrived awhile ago and will be opened Christmas morning! Can't remember if I've thanked you for it already, but you can never have too much gratitude, IMO...)
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