Monday, October 12, 2009

Where You Been, Bell?

I know, I haven't posted in a while. I've been sick. Sick sick sick sick sick but not actually sick. Weird sick. Like, random bouts of exhaustion sick. I'm not even sure what to label it but it's getting to be rather annoying. I do not enjoy sitting there, doing something like playing or writing a paper, and then just suddenly being sore and exhausted out of nowhere. Not. Fun.

In other news my Hunter is 80 and I'm at a complete loss as to what to do with her. I bought her BoE bracers, respec'd her BM spec to "different BM" and spent five minutes looking for Skoll, and then I was like "Well, now what?" My DPS will be absolutely terrible, so...probably if I do heroics at all, the guild will be carrying me. Which is kind of mean, so we'll see what I decide to do. And yes, I know, I could improve my DPS simply switching to MM or Survival but I don't want to. She is my alt for fun and I'm going to play her how I want.

My boyfriend's warrior has been 80 for about a month now, so we're going to try Arena once I stop failing. Not having done Arena since BC has made me incredibly terrible and rusty. I was never really pro before (doing Arena casually), but I have a lot more to work with now and so, we'll see. Lots of skirmishes in my future.

I'm going to write those guides and posts as soon as I can, cross my heart, I'm just having some issues with this walking-dead-random-sleepiness thing. If it doesn't clear up soon I'm going to have to go to the medical center on campus (bleah), but I try to avoid that as they're not the best medical professionals you can come by, and I don't want to really be around sick people (my perpetually ill roommate is enough, thanks).

We'll have to see. In the meantime, check out my new puppy!



lethal said...

This is my new puppy
He is 8 weeks old

lissanna said...

OMG cute puppies!!!

Jong said...

That's an awesome puppy.

Go see a doctor!

Verile said...

I had something similar to what you describe a couple months ago. Just felt tired and sore and didn't feel like doing anything.

It lasted a solid two weeks until I went to the doctor.

I hope you get well soon!

lissanna said...

Oh, and sorry to hear that you haven't been feeling well. :(

Two weeks ago, I had "flu-like" symptoms on and off for a week. Every time I thought I was feeling better, I'd feel worse again the next day...

Figworth said...

Sounds kind of like Lyme's Disease.

Anonymous said...

"So, I haven't been posting for a while...HEY LOOK AT THIS PUPPY GUYS


Regardless, I like it.

Bell said...

@lethal - AW

@lissana - thanks :D


@Verile - if it keeps up I will, I just don't like going if I don't have to, and I don't like taking pills :[

@Figworth - I don't think so >.>

@Anonymous - I figured the puppy was a more welcome distraction than "But here guys, you can read my five page paper on the history of shibori resist dyeing in Japan"

Shopshopshop said...

I would advise not doing skirmishes because under the new arena rating system you can't lose rating until you're over 1000. So just start in right away.

StaggerLee said...

Health: Get well soon :)

BM: Right on! Nobody is gonna tell me I can't have an BM alt, they are just more fun.
On a sidenote - if you camp ToC you will be doing 2K+ in no time. Then at least you get a feeling of contributing :D

Puppy: So jealous!

Pike said...

I agree with StaggerLee: That's the way to do it on a new hunter. Shove yourself into Normal ToC until you've milked it to death, then move up to Heroic ToC. Before long you'll easily be hitting 2.5k+ as BM, fairly respectable for a fresh 80.

And grats!

And new puppies make me jealous >.> My apartment doesn't allow pets.

Kayeri said...

Puppies!!! And we all get run down now and then, don't worry too much about it. I'm getting there fast myself as I'm currently dealing with a holy pally who thinks as long as 'her' tanks don't die everything is hunky-dory when her heal output is a little over half mine and the healing shammy.... not to mention I am keeping HoTs on 'her' tanks, and nourishes... I have to or they'd go down.

::going off to grouse further::

Anonymous said...

If the symptoms persist (or are persisting) you might want to look into getting a full bloodwork analysis done.

Fairly simple and quick and can spot many problems, some often caused by diet.