Though the writing is still slow, I’m spending a lot of time doing nothing much in particular, especially since I bought a laptop from work (they upgraded everyone’s computer to a Windows 7 box, I got a very good deal. I still need to fix my other laptop, but it’s no longer as urgent). I end up sitting in the recliner, rocking my son to sleep, and multi-tasking. Generally surfing websites or playing games on Facebook and watching tv.
The question remains, since Apoc used to be my place to escape, why don’t I log on more frequently?
When I went so long without Internet last year, I allowed my characters to rent-die (don’t tell me about MUDs that don’t have rent, I’ve tried them and lost interest). After they rent-died, I figured I might as well reroll anyway. The characters were over 50 and just getting old. Plus, my thief was only level 11.
So now I have a dilemma, my cleric is level 12 or so, but I’m having trouble getting the stats I want for an AP (Anti-Paladin). With few people on much of the time, I’m not sure if I should continue to try to roll an AP or to try to roll a Thief since that’s what I’m now most familiar with playing.
I’m thinking AP still, even though I won’t be able to make the same types of runs that I made with the Thief. I think perhaps I should try to roll an AP this weekend while I’m designing my new site that didn’t get done last weekend. If I don’t get the stats I want, maybe I should consider Thief after all.