Tag Archives: MMORPG

Thoughts on PUG in MMO’s

Long time no post! I’ve been lost in the wilderness outside of the Cantina for a while now, caught up in the winds of work and fatherhood, but something has drawn me back, something has prompted me to sit still long enough to write some words here. And that something is Destiny.


Don’t worry, this won’t be another addition to the Internet’s slew of reviews, praises, or criticisms of the game – I’m saving that for another post – this is just some observations on the raids/strikes, and their counterparts in other MMO’s.

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Seasonal Warcrafting

As regular readers will know, I’m a World of Warcraft player. I’m one of those millions of people that like to spend their spare time questing around the world of Azeroth doing all manner of heroic/dastardly things. I thoroughly enjoy it, and I’ve been playing the game for years (and still maintained a healthy life outside of the game, despite what some people claimed would happen when I started playing). But I’ve noticed something over the past few years, a pattern to the amount of time I spend playing it, and it interested me enough to write about it, and see if anyone else does something similar (even though I know you lot are terrible when it comes to leaving comments!)

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