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Nemmy, being unmoved by things such as poker chips and men, had more nefarious plans for the evening. She is a lock after all. She walked over to the bar glass racks checking out the various glasses and spirits located. She admittedly liked her reds but this night she wasn't drinking for one.

A lithe and decidedly glammed up blood elf walked to her side, her green eyes glowing with delight. Or was that evil? Never can tell with blood elves; especially those that consort with demons and a blood thirsty orc.

Hotachan knew Nemmy was planning something - and wanted in. Unbeknownst to the casino, whenever the two locks planned something, it never turned out pleasant. The blood elf plucks a glass from one of the wine glass racks, distracting the barrista's attention from the shorter, and noticeably bald orc femme.

Nemmy reached behind the distracted employee, slipping an aged Runed Red from behind the hanging wine glass rack. Hotachan mentally telegraphed to the orc asking would this woman do? The orc nodded; Hotachan said a small curse under her breath, knocking the barrista out.

Later when asked about the missing employee, the two would just shrug, the rimmed glow of their eyes not giving away anything at all.

And this is why we have seperate rooms; damn warlocks. -Hotaruchan

Blake said...
March 16, 2010 at 10:41 AM  

NEver played wow, a good friend of mine has been trying to get me to play it for years now. But I know if I start I won't stop and I just don't have that kind of time to invest.

Darksaturn7 said...
March 16, 2010 at 2:44 PM  

It's not a horrible game - in fact I dare say many stick around at first due to it overall being well made. Well and the friends and enemies you make.

But I liken it to a soap opera - you get sucked in hoping to experience this tale of intrigue and drama, but the tale never ends. Ever.

Or maybe that was the many hours of grind getting to me. :) I mean the causal player can get things done in 2 hours of nightly play, but not really as much as the next guy with 6+ hours to kill. But year if you friend is prone to getting suckered into things, it'd probably be prudent to pass on Azeroth for now.

Blake said...
March 19, 2010 at 2:27 PM  

yeah, I've already decided to stay far away from WOW. But with the recent talks of MMO coming to consoles, I may be forced to give one a try.

Darksaturn7 said...
March 19, 2010 at 4:02 PM  

Yar, I personally just couldn't convince myself to pay for something I just wasn't in love with anymore. The characters and story yes - but the community (or lack there of) is just not the same as years ago.

I'm toying around with f2p ones atm - less monetary investment and less urge to 'be the best'. If anything the non WoW time is allowing me more time to work on my writing - oh and play those poor dusty console games.

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