My blogging heart is all aflutter this morning as I embark with several of my peers on a Grand Experiment inspired and organized by the inimitable Aggronaut. Personally, I think Belghast let a golden opportunity sail right past in naming his daily blogging contest. "BLOGUST" would've been the perfect designation for the volume of hot air figuratively whistling out of the mighty windbags that comprise the blogging community, myself included. It takes a certain type of inflated ego to think that when we puff on our horns, people should lean into the gale. What better way to commemorate the tempest in a teapot that is any fandom—but especially the swelled heads of the gaming community, squalling about every whiff of change—than a summer flurry of posting, preparing us for the inevitable blogging shitstorm coming this fall as Hurricane WoD drives forth from the Irvine studios of the now venerable Blizzard. So on such an august occasion, I rush along with my fellow Aggronites as we begin our whirlwind of words. But enough of my bloviating on the subject.
I hardly posted in July; and honestly, it was a nice break. To catch you up, Dear Reader, I'm back in WildStar as of a couple weeks ago—along with my favorite gaming partner, Scooter—and enjoying every minute. Just this week, a kind and generous friend sold me his G73 to replace mine that was damaged on a trip this spring. In addition to being able to play WS with a non-pixelated view, this also means that I can get back into TSW, instead of watching from the sidelines.
If you're interested in joining the circadian sun showers of Blaugust, breeze on over to Belghast's Blaugust Initiative Page on Anook and let him know you're there. It may even mean a small windfall for you, as Belghast has prizes prepared for high achievers.
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