lol…now there’s a provocative title. :P
I spent a lot of the weekend playing my dusty and long-ignored human warlock, Ravven. She was the very first character I ever created, and I raided with her through Serpentshrine, after which I finally got the opportunity to switch to my beloved hunter Kitsune and never looked back.
The reason I’m playing her now is that I plan on switching her to a worgen, and I want to get her to 80 and reasonably geared in preparation for Cataclysm. I think a worgen warlock would be pretty cool, and to be honest part of the reason why I always hated playing her is her face. I wanted her to have long white hair, so I chose a darker skin colour to contrast with it, and the face with the larger eyes. The end result? A spraytanned Britney Spears, all googly-eyed and dumb as a post. She looks as though she had a brain cell once, but it got lonely and died.
What can I say? Appearance is important to me. I’d never change Kitsune, because she’s a “person” in her own right and it wouldn’t be respectful. Ravven, however, is the perfect candidate, because I really want a worgen, and will definitely start one so that I can see the starting area…but to do it all over again, all the way to 85? Not in this lifetime. I’m going to do it one last time, and that is for the troll druid that I want to start.
And that is a perfect example of why I love expansions. I get excited about the game all over again, I start planning new characters, making room, saving up bags and mats and other things that I’ll need..I have a purpose again.
I love it.