I can start watching a competition show like AMERICA’S TOP <blank> or THE NEXT GREAT <blank> or TOP <BLANK> and think “this is stupid I hate how they play up the drama seriously just do what you’re supposed to do”
but by the end of the first season I’m always like “OMG S/HE BETTER NOT WIN I SWEAR TO GOD I WILL DO A THING IF YOU CHOOSE THAT PERSON AS THE WINNER THEY ARE CLEARLY THE WORST”
Reblog this post to your RP blog if you roleplay a Warcraft universe fan character; your WoW character, a fan character set during one of the RTS games, a fan character set during any of the books… or AU versions of any of the aforementioned.
The Beatles owe soooooo much to teenage girls for their success like i’m pretty sure it was teenage girls who were screaming and fainting at shows and buying all those records and not old ponytailed dudes or moody teen boys with bad hair? and somehow everyone forgets that when they’re yelling about “real music” and putting down teen girls for the performers they get excited about. like whatever. I see you.
So to take my mind off the fact that my Australian is leaving on a jet plane today (qq), I am going to brainstorm who I should play when I get back into the game.
There’s obviously Cadence, and I’ll admit the planned changes to plate stats make that choice a looooot more appealing.
There’s Xanja draenei-face, which might be fun in terms of the expansion content.
Khelson, though I feel like his original concept would have to be modified drastically, since my ideas for him became too similar to certain other characters.
Sabrin, dwarf shaman. The model updates for female dwarves make me REALLY REALLY HAPPY, and I love hybrid classes.
Finally, there’s the druid. I always wanted to get into the class but never ever got one to cap. Should this change?
Alternatively I could start fresh with a new character, new story, new archtype, which might help prevent a sting of disappointment that would inevitably come if I logged back onto Cadence and attempted to play her again. Revisiting old, loved characters always winds up painful, for some reason.