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Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty

On Sunday, while playing Ette (warlock), I ran out of health potions. “No, problem,” I thought to myself, “I’ll just log on Obliette and send over some more.”

Only logging onto Obliette (NE Druid) reminded me that her mailbox was full(and expiring) and her bank was full and she was capped at 150 Alchemy until she could raise her level to 20. So then part of Sunday was spent getting Obliette up to 20.

I’ve just had the most painful time playing Obliette. I think since druids are Jill-of-all-Trades they’re spread a little thin across all their skills. A couple of different sources assure me that druids are slow-starters with it getting better after Kitty form at level 20. So I persevered on to 20.

Fiancee advised that I should abandon the Druid since I found her so painful to play.. but I -want- to get a stealthy class up to 70 so that eventually I can do stealth runs with him and some other guildies. Everyone else seems to be running Rogues.. so adding a healing stealthy druid seems like a good plan. So.. Obliette is making her slow painful way towards 70.

I dinged 20 just before dinner on Sunday. She has raised her Alchemy level and now has kitty form. I haven’t used kitty form for killing anything yet.. maybe later this week.

It sure is pretty.

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1 comment to Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty

  • Gamermommy

    Funny, that is exactly how I feel about my shamman – painful yet for some reason I still keep leveling. It does get better for druids after 20 and I spent about 98% of my time in kitty form unless I was healing.