Category Archives: Random Bits & Bobs

Welcome the OddCraft Archive!

Basic Campfire Makes A Simple Statement

Long ago, in the distant past of 2008 – almost ten years now – I started blogging.  I did not however start with this blog.  The Land of Odd wasn’t even a twinkle in my eye back then.  When I first began, I had another blog titled “The World of OddCraft” or simply “OddCraft”.  It was a collection of thoughts and observations about the World of Warcraft which was pretty much the only MMO I played back then (I had a Mac, my options were quite limited.)   OddCraft slowly evolved into a series of “Oddities” that I had found in the World of Warcraft: References, strange details, weird doodads placed around the world, and unusual NPCs.  All of them organized by location, expasion, faction, etc.  Although page views rarely broke into the triple digits, I was quite proud of it and I had a small following of regular readers and commenters.

However, as time went on and more notable I grew disillusioned with the Cataclysm expansion, I withdrew from WoW and focused on other things.  Naturally, OddCraft didn’t update as much at that point.  I would still do posts here and there and it did eventually lead to the creation of the Original Version of the WoW Ironman Challenge (We didn’t include a ‘No Death’ clause.  Mostly because we were curious about what you could accomplish with the bare minimum, and the No Death thing seemed to encourage playing it safe over experimentation).  But yes, the original version with the original rules that were first laid out on Twitter by myself, Psynister and a few others were laid into stone on the OddCraft website.  It was also where we did the Warchief Election when it was announced that come Cataclysm the Horde’s leadership was gonna be shaken up.  Six different notable faces ran campaigns and debated on the blog and it ended with a big vote to decide who won to become the new Warchief of the Horde.

Ultimately, OddCraft was sadly more or less abandoned when I decided I wanted to write about far more than just Warcraft and the Land of Odd was created in its place.  But I never forgot about that old site that started things out.  That’s why I am proud to announce that we have officially imported all of the old OddCraft content right here on the Land of Odd in the ‘Warcraft’ section of the blog under ‘Oddities’.  All the old categorization still applied, and I’m working on fixing any images that were lost in the transition.  The old site isn’t gone, but this way my entire blogging history is now under one roof.

So fans of Warcraft, funny things or just people who take interest in some of the weird stuff that pops up in a big MMO, I welcome you to take a gander at the OddCraft Archive, now hosted locally on the Land of Odd!

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The State of the Odd: September 2016

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Whoo! We had quite a summer didn’t we?  I set aside everything I could to try and finish out the Star Wars: The Old Republic Class Storyline Reviews and I did it!  We got’em done!  Yay us!  I mean, Yay me!  But also yay you for reading all that. It’s super cool to see the comments, return visitors, and getting linked on both the official forums and places like Reddit.  It was an amazing experience and I am glad to say that I got to share it with you all.  But that does leave the question: What’s next?  Where can Vry go after completing his ultimate project?  Well, I’m not going to be playing SWTOR for a while. Betweening burning through the last of the storyline stuff and an ending to Knights of the Fallen Empire that was both exciting and utterly disappointing in a lot of ways. I think I need a good long vacation from that game.  So don’t be expecting ‘KOTFE Chapter Reviews’ or anything like that. Not that most of them are long enough to warrant one. “You save homeless people and Jorgen won’t shut up. The end.”

So what am I playing?  Well, Legion for one.  I’m enjoying WoW more in these past weeks than I did the last two years of Warlords of Draenor.  I’m also getting back into my single player experience and diving into a bunch of Final Fantasy before Final Fantasy XV and World of Final Fantasy comes out this fall.  Starting off with the one game in the series I never played: Final Fantasy IX.  Oh it’ll be fun and I will probably be writing about that journey quite a bit in the days to come.  Add on some new entries in the ol’ Final Fantasy retrospective.  I also need to finish Type-Zero and probably go for another run through Lightning Returns and see how the New Game+ shakes down in those.

I also REALLY want to get back into making videos.  REALLY Do.  They were so fun to make and I haven’t been able to do one since I had Garrosh play Democracy.  But with the Remastered versions of BioShock HOPEFULLY fixing some of the technical issues I was  having, and more free time opening up with the whole “World Quest” system in WoW feeling way less demanding on my time, I hope to start recording more videos soon.  I also have found out that in terms of making less heavily edited videos that don’t need constant cuts or fancy overlays I can actually record both voice and video directly to my Playstation 4 and upload that.  So don’t be shocked if you see “Vry Plays The First Hour of World of Final Fantasy” or smaller weirder games that I have found on the console being uploaded since they take less work than stuff like the Sims or BioShock to set up/record/edit.  I don’t mean to stop doing those more labor intensive videos, I just mean I can do a more steady stream of content when I have other options that aren’t so time demanding.

Finally, I would really like to take this opportunity to announce my other pet project that I’ve been hinting at and have been tinkering with for some time now but wanted to wait until it was firmly on track before saying anything about.  I am – in my spare time and with no set schedule or release date – making a game.  Naturally, that’s not “easy” to do, so I am using a game making engine, in this case RPG Maker MV:

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“Oh no, a RPG Maker game? Those are always shit, Vry!”  Well, I know there isn’t a great reputation but I want to work on one anyway.  I have been compiling over 50 odd some pages of notes, charts, spreadsheets and what not for a staged release that continually expands the game world until it’s done.  The first ‘phase’ will just be the starter city and a dungeon beneath it, complete with quests, a few classes, party members, and the first tier of crafting.  I’m not going to make a stake and claim it will be a breakthrough in gaming or anything – I just want to make something I’M proud of.  Naturally, since this is a labor of love it will be released free of charge for anyone who wants to try it out as it gets released in parts.

So that’s kind of where things are for the blog right now.  I hope to make more videos, I’m gonna be talking A LOT about Final Fantasy, probably some WoW stuff, and I’m working on a little free RPG for people to try out.  Hope you all stick around and join me for the fun!

Is It Wrong To Play What Makes You Happy?

So regular readers are probably wondering where the rest of the class storyline reviews are.  After all I teased that I was playing through the Smuggler story next and true to my word I got all the way through Chapter 3 on him.  The reviews are actually outlined and in my draft pile.  I always enjoyed the smuggler and I’m looking forward to writing those soon and then hopefully moving on to the final storyline: the Imperial Agent.  However, I’m not going to lie – It may take me a while.  See, on top of Knights of the Fallen Empire now out and enjoying that (Thinking of doing a Vry Plays after my Sim’s inevitable go bankrupt and start eating each other),  I’ve also now got Metal Gear Solid V, and Fallout 4, the new patch of Final Fantasy XIV, and oddly enough among all of those things – World of Warcraft.

It’s odd.  While I did decide to join my significant other in playing catch up through the Warlords of Draenor storyline (My take? It was nice, but the whole Alternate Universe thing lessened the impact to near pillow fight levels.  Felt like it should have just been a novel.)  and I did enjoy my brief playthrough, I haven’t honestly had a “hankering” to play the game since Mists of Pandaria.  Yet, in the wake of the recent loss of a grandparent, and the depression that followed, I found myself turning to an old comfort.  My little gnome death knight, my lawful good blood elf paladin, and even some of my low level toons.  The game didn’t feel like a tedious trudge through the tides of futility like so many times before.  It just felt like silly fun.  Kind of like picking up a Mario game after a decade and just enjoying the simple run-jump mechanics.

But despite the level of comfort I felt when beating around the skulls of kobolds as Norris Brewshatter, Dwarven Shaman Extraordinaire, I found my mind pestering me.  “Didn’t we say we were done with WoW?”  “What about those Class Reviews?”  “You have like four brand new games you haven’t finished yet.”  And the thoughts hounded me as I played, and after I had logged out, and almost everything I saw or uttered the words ‘World of Warcraft’.  I was at odds.  This game was helping me.  I was feeling better.  I was starting to enjoy things again after the funeral.  Should I abandon that for other things I should play in my diminished adulthood free time?  And why only feel this way about WoW?

Maybe part of it is that World of Warcraft carries a heavy weight with it.  It’s a name that actually means something to people outside of gaming circles.  My sister may not know what Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward is, or if Star Wars: The Old Republic is a game or a comic or a cartoon, but she knows World of Warcraft.  She knows it for good and for ill.  There’s stigmas associated with that game outside of gaming, and even bigger one’s inside of gaming.  MMO gamers especially are very vocal about their opinions of what they like and dislike, and the fact that my site’s biggest draw is TOR, whose forums won’t even say ‘WoW’ but only refer to it ubiquitously as ‘That Other Game’ (Or they did, I will admit I don’t frequent the TOR forums very often anymore.)  Is that why?  I’m afraid that readers will leave my blog if they found out I was playing ‘The Other Game’?  I hope not.  My subconscious would be quite the vain thing then wouldn’t it?

Honestly, I can’t really say.  I’ve been mulling it over for days trying to figure it out but ultimately I came to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter.  I wrote this blog when it only had maybe 15 hits a day and most of those were Google Image Searches, I’ll still write it even if it gets back to there.  I write because I like writing it and I have all these crazy weird thoughts while playing games, watching movies, or reading comics that I just want to share with anyone who will listen… er… read.

No, I think the real thing to keep in mind with all of this is that you should do what makes you happy.  Even if others would turn away, or give you a weird look, or anything like that.  Don’t worry about it.  Just play what makes YOU happy.  Let them play what makes them happy.  The world can be cold, the night is dark, and we never really know how long we get to enjoy ourselves here on this big round madhouse.  So play games you enjoy, with people you enjoy when you can, and even without them if they want to play something else that doesn’t interest you.  Be happy.  We all deserve that much.  Games are supposed to be fun after all.

I’d like to dedicate this post to my departed grandmother, Carolyn, who I can never ever recall getting upset once in my life and of course to the ever cheery man my grandma loved to watch: Bob Ross.

Take care of yourself, and each other.

State of the Land: The Force Falls Asleep

Oof.  If you ever needed a reason to feel burnt out on a game, it’s trying to burn through all the class stories during a small window of 12x experience.  Holy cow.  I just finished up the bounty hunter storyline again, and don’t worry faithful readers the reviews are currently in the draft pile on that one.  But between just playing the game, and then trying to write some NINE THOUSAAAAAAAAAND words or so trying to summarize each class story, I suppose burn out was inevitable.  Just like… /whew am I right?  So where does that leave us?

Well, it means I clearly need to clear my head for a bit.  Cleanse the pallet of TOR a bit before the new expansion drops and I dive head long back in.  Oh trust me, true readers.  I am far from The Old Republic.  The reviews will be done in good time.  But the Class Story Summaries ARE done, and I always considered that the more important of the two projects since they offer people an idea of what the class will be like chapter by chapter without spoiling it.  I am proud of that and it is pretty much the most visited thing on the website right now, trailed only by the occasional visit from the once HUGELY popular couple of World of Warcraft Achievement guides I did way back in another life as a blood elf.  /awkwardcough.

So what is there to look forward to?  Well, I have finally gotten set up to start delivering semi-regular Let’s Play videos.  The BioShock ones have proven to be quite popular so far.  I mean I’m not Markiplier or Pewdie Pie or anything. But I’m not trying to be.  I’m trying to be me and my usual silly self while playing games I love.  I’ve got a massive steam library of stuff to play and a bunch of console games as well.  So I plan to keep those up as long as they’re fun.  I’ve taken feed back from quite a few people and made them much shorter, usually 10-15 minutes in length.  So folks put off by my original 45 minute video of Shadowrun Returns back in the day need not worry.  You can always check out my videos by using the YouTube link at the top of the page and hey feel free to show your support and subscribe!

In the online front, I’ve hopped over to my favorite palette cleanser of choice: Final Fantasy XIV.  If you also dabble in there you might bump into me on either the Gilgamesh or Jenova worlds under the trademark name of “Vrykerion” (Shocker) or the lesser known “Puff Tanix” (My default gnome name and also the name of my chinchilla.)  There is just something wholly appealing and being at the opposite end of the spectrum of The Old Republic as a game where you can level every single class with a single character and never need to switch alts for crafting or other play experiences.  So you can probably expect some rambling from that end soon.

Also there’s one other thing in the works, but it is a sloooow burn on that one so I don’t want to say too much about it.  But the design work on it has been going on for nearly a year and it’s finally getting to a workable point, so there may some news on Vry’s Super Secret Project as well.

So worry not faithful readers and viewers, between all that and my usual yakking about offline games and movies (Speaking of which, Book of Life. Go see it.  The Hat demands it.)  There will be more then enough content to sink your teeth into during this minor vacation from the galaxy far far away.

New Address: LandOfOdd.Net

Greetings fellow Oddites!  Vry here with a little announcement.  We’ve got like a real legit web address now!  That’s right.  From this day forth you will be able to find The Land of Odd by just typing in:

LANDOFODD.NET

into your web browser and it will bring you right here.  Don’t worry, you don’t need to change your RSS feeds, or bookmarks, or anything because the old Landofodd.wordpress.com address STILL works and still brings you right here for all your Land of Odd fun.

This has been a Public Service Announcement from the Land of Odd City Council and Mayor Whositwhatsit.

SWTOR Class Story Summaries Complete!

Good news, everybody!  After I don’t know how long, the Class Story Summaries are finally complete!  Every class, every act, and completely spoiler free.  So now if anyone wants to know what a certain class’ story is like, you have a place you can point them to.

Now of course not all of the spoiler-ific reviews are done yet, but those will come in time.  A lot of them are just classes I want to replay so I can get a better idea of what to say about them.  They’ll come out as I replay through a lot of this stuff, but I really wanted to focus on getting the summaries done as soon as possible so people have that as a reference.

Meanwhile, now that I’ve finished up the summaries, I plan on taking a bit of a break for TOR until Galactic Strongholds releases to scratch the offline single player itch I’ve been having.  Nothing is being abandoned, just being put on the back burner while I relax some. So expect to see some various posts about other games, or some other stuff, and hopefully some more videos.

And thank you all for your support in turning the TOR Summaries into one of the most popular features on this blog.

Post Apocalypse, One Year Later ~ Looking Back

Oh geeze, what a crazy past two months.  I moved, I went to Disney World (those who follow me on Twitter got treated a series of photos of Vry & his girlfriend wearing various hats), and then the insane holiday whose name is so feared it begins with the dread letter “X” (except not really. But X-mas is almost X-men, so that makes it the better spelling. WOLVERINE SAYS SO.)  And of course the one year anniversary of the end of the world.  Kind of crazy to think that the world was completely destroyed by the planet Nibiru and a simultaneous massive solar flare only a year ago. How time flies in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, even when you don’t push the ‘T’ key. (That’s for you Fallout 3 fans)

As for gaming this year, I haven’t explored a ton of new ground I’m sad to say.  Mostly exploring my two major MMOs (SWTOR and WoW), and then dabbling in a few indie titles and oldies like Game Dev Tycoon and Rollercoaster Tycoon 3.  I suppose I did get my feet wet with some newer titles.  Finally starting to explore more in Skyrim by going around from town to town and completing them instead of doing the main storyline. I finally got to play Bioshock Infinite late this year and absolutely loved it.  That ending.  Oh geeze. I might have to do another post at some point just gushing my love for that ending.  Probably when Burial At Sea – Episode 2 comes out and I’ll just yak about the whole thing.

Of course the other big game that I tackled this year – and still working at it – would be Final Fantasy XIII.  The always controversial title that I went from downright loathing to absolutely being absorbed into the mythology of.  I really need to write more about it.  I keep scolding myself for not keeping up with that.  But I recently got a copy of Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns on pre-order now.  So I imagine you will be seeing more from that.

Finally in gaming news, my girlfriend and I have recently begun our own personal retrospective on the console games of the Zelda franchise.  Starting with the original NES title and currently progressing through Ocarina of Time, I haven’t decided if I’ll share my thoughts on going back through these wonderful games. But hey, if people ask I definitely will.

In some good news for the future of this blog, I received for the holidays a BlackMagicDesign Intensity Pro HD/SD capture card.  This little piece of shiny tech will let me capture video from any of my consoles instead of just stuff on my computer.  Combine this with a new copy of some editing software, and a 1 terabyte hard drive and hopefully I’ll be able to start producing Let’s Play videos that I keep talking about soon.  I actually have the stuff.  Now I just need to do it.

Overall, I must admit that I’ve been stearing towards single player games more lately than my MMOs.  Neither SWTOR or WoW seems to be keeping my attention for any long period of time at the moment.  I have no desire to start from scratch in another MMO, and my Steam Library is now boiling over 100 titles at the moment.  Perhaps it’s time to explore the rest of my library for a bit instead of sinking time into MMOs out of habit.  I want to finish leveling up some professions, but honestly I can do that later.  So you’ll probably being seeing less MMO posts and more “Adventures of Vry in Skyrim” or some other weirdness for a while.  If you come here looking only for weird anecdotes or rants about only specifically MMO content…  I’d say sorry but let’s be honest you’ve been disappointed for a loooong while.

And now for a quick run down of non-video gaming stuff I’ve done this year:

– D&D Next Playtest: Enjoyed it. Ran a Halloween adventure. Might post it. Still need to get used to the whole saves thing.
– Doctor Who 50th Anniversary: I’m a fairly recent convert to the show, but the special was nice. Only seemed to focus on the new show – bad. John Hurt got some awesome lines – good! Answered some questions and gave the show somewhere to go – Good! Pretty much undermined a ton of my favorite characterization bits – bad.
– Comic Books! Pretty much stopped reading them.  Pretty much entirely Scott Lobdell’s fault.
– Cartoons: CARTOON NETWORK. STOP CANCELING SHIT I LOVE. DAMNIT.
– Anime: I just watch stuff on Netflix.  But that’s been pretty fun! That’s about it.  Really.

So here’s to 2014.  One year away from Third Impact.  Let’s make a fun one!

So… You’re Back?

So… I’m back.

Writing, updating whenever I have something to say – so sometimes frequently and sometimes not so frequently – and doing whatever I might think of doing.  Namely several forgotten or thought about projects (doing a Let’s Play, my long forgotten SWTOR plot synopsis, I hear the Horde might need another Warchief here soon…)

Yea but WHY are you back?

Long time readers will recall my intent to continue on my internet ramblings over on Tumblr.  Namely because I felt more comfortable throwing little bits of random content up on there that is no way a significant “blog post” but makes a fine “Tumblr post” or some such.  And I did that.  For like a while. You may have seen some of it.  The problem really became the more and more I got into it, that the general vibe of tumblr community was not what I was used to with the video game and namely WoW blogging community.  Posts of animated GIFs of Doctor Who or Supernatural, quirky memes, Homestuck (whatever the hell Homestuck is), and all these other fandom like things doing their own thing.  I felt like I had jumped in the deep end of a pool of Jello with no spoon and severely lacking whipped cream.  I still have my Tumblr account.  You can find it here as always.  And the posts from this blog will get posted on there too.

So are ALL your Tumblr posts going to come here?

Oh hell no. No no no. No.  Have you seen the majority of the stuff I put on Tumblr?  Not to mention the countless re-blogs and whatnot.  I might bring over SOME of the posts I made over there in the past few months, and maybe some of my Ask Vrykerion posts which are always good for a laugh.  But the majority of that stuff stays there.  And I’ll continue to add to that stuff.  I still mess around on Tumblr a bunch with re-bloggings and lolcats and blue ray discs and… stuff…  yea…

ARE YOU JUST GOING TO LEAVE US AGAIN?!?!

Leave? What leave?  I never left. I simply shifted venues! Didn’t you read?  I always kept this door open for possible future scribblings.  Heck, the old Oddcraft site still says it might be updated now and again but don’t expect anything constant. Worry not voices in my head, your lord and master has returnedeth.

Now A Word From Our Author

Hello!

…You’re probably all wondering where I’ve been huh?  Or maybe you haven’t cared at all.  That’s a valid response to a missing person.  I guess.  Anyway, those of you on twitter might know that my real life has been catching up to me.  Like a lot.  I am in a wonderful relationship, I’ve been back in school trying to get a certificate, and I’ve been playing a LOT of games both on the table top and digitally.

So believe me when I say that I’ve been wanting to update this blog a LOT, and for like a while.  But every time I sit down to write something, well…  I don’t have the time or patience to come up with something to say.  I used to wax poetic (okay, I waxed limerick) about any little thing, but some of the old old old Oddcraft posts (and hats off to you if you’ve stuck with me that long) took almost an entire day of just brainstorming a way to make a dam with three heads on it funny.

Okay, now you’re all probably giving me that ‘Oh Vry’s claiming to quit blogging again better bust out the tiny violin’ BUT NO! I ain’t quittin.  Nuh uh.  Not in the least.  I’ve simply changed tactics.  Instead of writing big elaborate fancy blog posts… I’ve downsized to small quirky Tumblr posts.  Oh yes.  I’ve switched my activities to tumblr.  But the weirdness goes on!  Just in bite sized portions.

As for this blog,  well, she ain’t goin anywhere.  Never say never as a French pigeon once told me.  Who knows how far down in the future I might want to spruce up this blog and do something “real” and “serious” for a while.  Never know, right?  But I felt I owed to those brave souls that actually chose to follow my ramblings that you can still find more weirdness from the Hat on topics including, but not limited to:  WoW, TOR, Rift, D&D, Movies, Cartoons, Anime, Doctor Who, video games, video game news, Doctor What, Funny thoughts, Silly Pictures, Silly thoughts, Funny pictures, Doctor Where, science, rants, things I like, things I don’t like, Doctor Why, aaaaand  probably not sports. Never cared for sports.  Except golf.  How weird is that?

Anyway, if you want to find my fancy little Tumblr and see more weird noises and scribblings from Vrykerion (Me.) simply click the big link below.  From there you can either follow me as a Tumblr user by clicking “Follow” (fancy that) or you can subscribe to the weird by clicking the little RSS icon on the right hand side.

Hope to continue to bring you smiles, laughs, and something to show the Judge and say ‘Look, at least I’m not THIS guy’.

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Questions and Answers… Of Sorts

Okay, things have been quiet around here for a while.  The halls of the internet echo with whispers and questions about what fate may have happened to the Man in the Awesome Hat.  Well, allow me to answer some of these mutterings, as well as some other questions I’ve seen pop up from google searches…

Where the #$%& Have You Been?

Real life caught up to me.  I don’t know what else to say.  I’ve gotten into a wonderful relationship with a fantastic girl, I’ve got a D&D game going full steam, and somewhere in there I still try to level my characters in TOR, WoW and DDO as well as play other games.  Life is just… full at the moment.

What the #$%& Does This Mean For the Blog?

Honestly? I haven’t a clue.  I don’t want to abandon this blog.  The name and the spirit of which stay true in my opinion.  It’s not always funny, but I’d like to think it’s always a bit weird.  I’m not always funny, but I am ALWAYS weird.  So I’d like to keep it.  Much like Oddcraft, it might become one of those things I just update whenever.  I don’t know yet. That’s what I’m working on figuring out right now.

What’s the #$%&-ing Plan?

What did I just say!?!  Okay, okay, okay.  Here’s one idea I’m tossing around.  I have no idea if it’s any good, so why don’t you tell me.  A video.  Once a week, I do a video.  Dunno when, but sometime during the week.  It could be a long video, it could be a short video.  It might be talking about video games, or comic books, or a cartoon, or it just might be a ‘Vry Rants’ or even a few ‘Ask Vrykerions’ in there.  All depends on what I’m feeling.  That’s one idea. How’s that?

Other Questions From Google Search Hits:

Is Adventure Time Really a Post-Apocalyptic Earth?

Yes.  It is.  This is not a “Theory”.  This is a stated flat out fact by Pendleton Ward, creator of the show, during an interview with Wizards of the Coast:

Adventure Time is about two buds, a young paladin in training named Finn and his shapeshifting dog Jake. They live in “Ooo” which is post-apocalyptic Earth, after the bombs have dropped and magic’s come back into the world.

There’s no if’s or maybe’s there.  The show takes place on Post-Apocalyptic Earth.  No discussion needed.  Now the real fun is trying to piece together what happened…

Is Dr. Caitlin Fairchild a lesbian in the New 52?

No clue.  At least not officially.  It came up as a possibility a few times in the Superboy comics, where Rose Wilson implies that they may have been something more than just friends, and again during The Culling crossover when Rose confronts Caitlin about being betrayed by someone you care deeply about.  However, since Caitlin got her own book with The Ravagers, it hasn’t really come up again.  They’re too busy drawing her in bikinis for no particular reason.  So the answer is… Possibly?  Let’s just hope if she is, we get something better than introducing us to her lover and then immediately killing said lover off. (I’m sorry, Alan Scott.  I really, really am.)

What is the first breather mask you get in SWTOR?

While the earliest you can technically get one is level 10 if you are a Sith Juggernaut and have a Legacy level of 10 from the Legacy armor vendors on Dromund Kaas, beyond possible random drops I know for certain there is at least one for both medium and heavy armor on the Nar Shadaa commendation vendor.  It’s moddable, which is the one I used for my bounty hunter by switching everything out for +Aim stuff.  There might be one from a quest… No clue there.

Gnome Death Knight names?

Find something cute or technology-y, like Puff or Sprocket, and then add the word “Death” to it.  If it’s already taken, try shortening Death to Deth.

“Swtor Darth Zash Sex”?

Uhh…  Female? O_O;;; (How did this lead you to my blog again????)

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