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Introducing Destiny Hexcrafter!

So I was on Twitter, minding everyone elses’ business (Isn’t that the business model for Twitter?) when I saw an interesting post from Isaac Mistheart about running a ‘no armor’ character.  I asked about it, and it turns out he and The Friendly Necromancer have been playing characters that use nothing but starter robes, starter wand, and starter deck to play Wizard 101.  Apparently Friendly is already in Mooshu with his character!

This idea fascinated me – I feel like it puts a completely new perspective on the game, and I wanted to join in, so I am officially introducing miss Destiny Hexcrafter – sister of my main character Digby Hexcrafter.  She’s Death school, and will play the game entirely with starter robes, wand, and spellbook.

Destiny Hexcrafter

Introducing - Destiny Hexcrafter!

I don’t want to confuse people with this character versus my main character, who is nearing level 48 now, so I believe I’m going to do this as a weekly ‘update’ blog with screenshots, but no video.  It will be tagged as a different category, too, just called ‘Destiny’.  I’ll let everyone know how she’s doing and what challenges I’m seeing.  I dont’ expect much difference in the early levels, because I know I didn’t really start looking at equipment with Digby until around level 10, I think.

Anyway – say hi to Destiny and wish me luck!!

3 responses

  1. Welcome Destiny!

    April 25, 2011 at 4:51 pm

  2. Good luck, Destiny,”Welcome to The Spiral”!

    GO, DEATH SCHOOL!

    April 25, 2011 at 5:35 pm

  3. Good Luck Destiny!

    April 25, 2011 at 6:53 pm

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