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Rants, ruminations, and rambling remarks from my mad, muddled, meandering mind.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Blaugust the 16th: Fortune and Glory

It's late again. After spending much of the day on chores and errands—along with a visit and dinner with Scooter's adult sons—Scooter and I sat down for a pleasant evening in front of the computer. Returning once again to our most recently created characters in SWTOR, we brought Silverleaf (my Bounty Hunter) and Ginie (Scooter's Imperial Agent) through the climax of the first chapter of their stories.
Team Silverleaf
We were pretty stoked to get that far already, but I feel a little bad that we've left our two Sith by the wayside. In truth, they are just a little farther along than these two. I'm not sure if Scooter will want to switch back to them, or keep blazing forward with these two. It's a bit odd that we've returned to the same classes that we took to level 50 after launch—only in reverse.
Ginie Sunfleur, Secret Agent
Anyway, it was fun finishing up Chapter 1. I had to plow through at least 75 Republic Soldiers on my way to killing the scum Tarro Blood and defeating the Jedi Master Kellian Jarro, winning the Great Hunt in the process. Scooter, on the other hand, got to the bottom of the mysterious destruction of the Imperial dreadnaught Dominator—and Darth Jadus' apparent death—in a (not really) surprising twist.

No time to rest on our laurels though. Let's see what tomorrow brings.
If you're interested in joining the madness (Vloggers are welcome, too!), Belghast has a set of rules for qualifying for any prizes at the end. Your second stop should be the Blaugust Nook, where Bel is keeping track of everything and community members are sharing encouragement and ideas.
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