Playing: Sly Cooper
Eating: Burgers and Fries
Alright right now I'm taking a small break from writing fanfics or chatting with too many people. Reason why, well number one, I just got a new puppy. He's a black and white pure-bred schnauzer named Caesar, like the salad. (Hope you got that joke even if it wasn't a good one) and because he's a pup, I spend most of the day with him, training him to get used to me. Like most pups, he's wild, annoying, full of energy, loves to bite everything he can find and eats like a elephant but I love the little brat.
The second reason is mostly because I'm reviewing post sent to me by other fans of my fanfiction and taking their advice on how to move my story along and work on my grammer and spelling mistakes. Honestly I'm looking for someone I know I can trust to proofread my work before I post it to keep everything perfect when its released so if you want the job, just ask and I'll give you my answer on the subject, ok?
The third reason, and this is probably the biggest of them all, is that I just put on Skyrim for the first time two weeks ago and I can't stop playing that damn game. When I say I'm hooked, I mean I'm hooked. I've put in over 30 hours, 200 saves, and 40 levels into that game and I'm not even a quarter of the way finished the main story. This is a game where messing about in a truly organic game is a thrill-ride from start to finish and its freaking awesome. I started the game as a Redguard (as close to a Black character as you can get in that game) who originally used one-handed weapons in combo with a shield. Fastforward 30 hours later and I'm a beast in this game. Being a Redguard, I boast in sword play and close combat but I've manage to use a cheap way to level-up my conjuring to 100 so I'm a well-known summoner, particularity in Daedric Lords. Along with being able to summon a demon lord to fight for me, I can summon a flaming skeleton horse called Avrak, an Undead Dragon called Durnehviir and countless elemental demons to fight for me. Along with practically being able to summon an army to fight for me, I'm pretty much partnered with a Vampire Princess who's a sorceress in her own right while I myself am able to transform into a werewolf at anytime due to a combination or werewolf blood and a God's Ring (Yes roleplaying in a game as a werewolf makes me drool).
So as you could read, I'm pretty hooked on the game. My character has his own place, tons of money and armor to spare, a nice vampire wife and plenty of adventuring fun. So in short, I'm playing a game as a Conjuring Redguard Lycan Warrior with the soul of a true Dragon, dating a sassy Nord Vampire Sorceress with an Undead Horse to ride on, an Undead Dragon to fight with and countless minions to summon at my beck and call to fight for me when I'm too bored to bother. With this, Skyrim will be one of the more memorial games I've ever played but its by far not the best. There are countless glitches, some good, too many bad and because of such, I can't complete half the side-quests that I have. Either way, I give the game an 8 out of 10 so far and once I get to a stopping point in the game I'll start writing again