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LOTRO – One more wafer-thin alt!

November 11, 2010

There’s a reason the spousal unit’s superhero name would be “Mr. Methodical” — or, if he were a villain, probably something like “OCD Boy”. He is utterly incapable of doing anything casually, and this includes gaming.

Which means, if he starts crafting, that he can’t help but want to make one of everything even if 99% of everything is crap. This takes up a lot of his gaming time, as you can imagine.

When I talked him into playing LOTRO with me a couple of months ago, we swore up and down that he wouldn’t have to craft if he didn’t want to, yadda yadda yadda. He crafted. Now he doesn’t dare log in because he knows there are piles of unsorted crafting all-sorts waiting for him — and, being Mr Methodical, he’s also incapable of just ignoring said piles and playing like they don’t exist.

The long and short of this is, I now have official permission to make more alts. Because, you know, someone has to craft all the stuff we use. Really, that’s the only reason. Nothing to do with making a pile more alts and starting some more crafters. Nothing at all.

Stop laughing, you there at the back.

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Random pic below — Captain Ysharros checking out the canyon approaches to Angmar on her spiffy new Harvestmath Festival mount. The horse looks keener about it than she does (can’t blame her).

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  1. November 11, 2010 at 6:44 pm | #1

    Wow. Co-dependent addiction enablers. *grin*

  2. November 11, 2010 at 7:40 pm | #2

    Stop laughing?

    But it’s funny coz it’s not me! (In the immortal words of Homer J Simpson.) In this instance. ;-)

    • November 12, 2010 at 12:33 pm | #3

      Soon, Stropp, soon it will be. You know it!

  3. Jonathan B
    November 13, 2010 at 5:17 am | #4

    Eeeenterestink. I’m very methodical, but utilitarian, so I can ignore crafting things that are not of use to me. But I do feel compelled to keep leveling my crafting. Then again, most of my chars have professions that have one or two items they can make that turn a profit when vendored. Financed my first horse mostly off of endless crossbows from the woodworker. :>

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