So many hours of my life I can never get back. All thanks to this ridiculously addictive little game I feel the need to pay monthly to play. Ah, Final Fantasy XI. I really did enjoy this game the first time around as Grimm. Though I didn't play very smart, then. It was hard enough to find a decent party for leveling, and I didn't get into making enough money to afford surviving long enough to enjoy the levels I was reaching. I prefer to go solo, then party as needed for tougher stuff. But this time around, Iustis, level 11 Warrior on the Siren server (in the event anyone cares to stalk me online), has taken to logging. It is lucrative and awards me many levels as I must fight off a bunch of orcs in my usual tree-chopping spot. Haven't really leapt forward in the plot as I did last time, though, which is fine for me. I know most of what's ahead of me for a while anyway, having played long, long ago. Still not sure where I'm going to take Iustis, though. With Grimm, I wanted a Dark Knight, which is a quest in and of itself. Simplest explanation: At level 30, I can go off and get specialer classes, such as the Dark Knight class. Then I get to start over at level 1 all over again. But, I can also go on a quest to get a subclass so that my 30+ levels of whatever don't go to waste. The subclass is at half your current main job level. So that a level 60 Dark Knight can have 30 levels of Warrior skills backing it up. Rah. That's a lot of damage doing. I might try for Paladinhood. Or I might Go Dark Knight, then Paladin making for a massively massive screwball of a class. I like that idea. I'll start on it right now.
Also, I saw most of Eurotrip tonight messing around on Heather and Susannah's computers. Again. I will miss that hour and a half. I mourn the waste of the time I could have spent not watching a movie produced by MTV studios.
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