I am very excited to start participating in the Blog Azeroth Shared Topics again. This was one thing I really missed while not playing WoW.
What is one thing, just one thing, you did that was pretty awful in Azeroth, that you wish you could get some kind of redemption or forgiveness for, or even just get off your chest?
I would pick a really tough week to pick this back up…
I am a very open and honest person – sometimes too honest. In fact, it has a tendency to cause friction in my personal relationships at times.
I am the type of person who does something dumb and tells everyone in guild chat.
Like the other night, I was getting out a shoulder enchant from the guild bank. I right clicked it to apply it, and forgot the bank window was still open. So I re-deposited the enchant and could not take it back out. Go me. Then, I shared with my guildies. Cuz if you cannot laugh at yourself… heh
So coming up with an actual confession?
Just when I thought I might have to rethink participating this week, I remembered something…
Hi, Effy here. And I have a confession.
Back while we were raiding in Dragon Soul, before my “break” and before the new expansion, I put out a request for raider bios.
For those who participated, I thank you deeply, and it is to you who I first apologize. Because… I dropped the ball.
My intention was to continue the Descending Twilight series, and include everyone in our 25man as characters in that story. I was going to follow Effy’s journey and triumph over Deathwing beside her good friends in Undying Resolution.
I let a number of other things get in the way.
It is kind of like that saying you do not realize what you have until it is gone. I took all my WoW friendships for granted, and came to miss them. Most of all, I missed my interactions with a specific group of people, those in UR’s raid group.
I felt part of a great group, and a great team of healers.
Needless to say, I am very happy to be back.
Among this confession, I also want to state my intentions to rectify things. I have a number of stories that are tumbling around in my head and in various stages of drafts here and on Google Drive. But writing Part 3 of Descending Twilight is high on my list of story priorities.
For any members who were around in Dragon Soul, I am still interested in hearing your stories, so that I can weave them among my own and create a colorful tapestry of our raiders. Dragon Soul was an incredibly fun time for me, and I would like to properly immortalize it in my own way.
For those who already told their stories, thank you again. 🙂