Ingress – HELIOS and Fielding

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Agent Name: Karegina

Faction: Enlightened

Current Level: L9

The struggle for the Willamette Valley seems to have swung to our favor the last few weeks. With Operation Tacovan happening during the last Helios anomaly in Tacoma and Vancouver BC, and the successful execution of Operation Get Off My Lawn over Corvallis and Albany over this past weekend, the Enlightened seem to have a strong network between the different cells in our area.

I meant to send a report for Helios but when I got back, I had to jump directly back into the fight for the Willamette Valley, so I was unable to upload one. Below is my report.

Cyniclaus and I were on team Drunkstruction. For the first measurement, we were stationed near the splashpark in Wright Park. We were heavily outnumbered by the Resistance at that measurement due to having a Volatile portal in our section. I have heard there were at least 42 Resistance to our 9 Enlightened at that measurement. At the second measurement, I was stationed in front of the old Bank of California building and I succeeded in my task of holding it until the end of the measurement with the help of Cynic and another teammate. At the third measurement, I helped defend the ZipCar kiosk for the measurement. And for the last measurement we were grossly outnumbered and out of gear. But at least one of our portals was claimed at the end, and when the numbers came out, the anomaly went to the Resistance. However, it was a extremely fun time and I learned a lot.

Official Niantic Ingress Cross Faction HELIOS Picture

Official Niantic Ingress Cross Faction HELIOS Picture

In other news, Cyniclaus successfully pulled off a fielding of Salem/Keizer that lasted over at least one checkpoint, and after the Resistance dropped it, I was able to go out before heading into the office and throw it again. They did drop it again, but I had fielded in most of the Eastern Willamette Valley.

Fielding seems to be a bit of an art. You can do basic fields, I.E. make small triangles, make bigger triangles, or you can get way more complicated and make layers of triangles. It’s rather exciting and satisfying to make those bigger triangles and see those beautiful green fields appear before you.

Now, it’s time to move, as Niantic Labs says.

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Ingress

Reports of my demise have been very highly exaggerated.  I did stop playing WoW, and started playing Wildstar, however I haven’t made it past level 25 yet.  My new job (is it still new if you’ve been there almost 4 months??) is amazing and keeps me very very busy.  I’m currently working about 40 hours a week, although this week I’m going to be putting in closer to 45 since it’s end of the month.  I have my own office now with a door, four walls and everything.  I don’t get a window, but hey!  I’m not in a cubicle!!!

A few weeks after I started my new job, Husband installed a cell phone game called Ingress.  I was half asleep and pretty annoyed at the sounds the game was making while I was attempting to go to sleep (didn’t he realize that I had to work the next day?) but after he figured out the basic idea of the game, he convinced me to install it and we started playing.

The premise, if you haven’t heard of it yet, is pretty simple.  There is ‘XM’ leaking into the world through various portals that are scattered around the landscape.  Portals are generally places of learning, worship, or any kind of inspiration.  (I.E. art, libraries, museums, etc.)  You pick a faction (Enlightened or Resistance) and go out and claim these portals for your faction.  It’s a lot of fun and we’ve been out doing a lot of walking since we started.

When we started, Husband was just expecting that this would be a good excuse to get me out of the house and walking around.  Little did he realize how much of a local community has been built up for our Ingress factions.  At the moment, in our tiny town, there are only about 3 or 4 people playing.  But when we go into the cities around us, there are between 30-60 people playing regularly.

We avoided the community for the first few weeks.  They were very welcoming but we weren’t sure what we wanted to do so we just joined the chat and listened in.  However, at this point, I think we’ve spent 5 of the last 7 days doing something with someone or someones from our local Ingress community (either faction).  Last Friday, I went to lunch with a cross-faction group and got to meet a few ‘smurfs’ aka Resistance players I had not met before.  Saturday, we had a impromptu “farm”  (yes, it means the same thing in Ingress as in WoW) with a bunch of the ‘toads’ aka Enlightened.  Sunday, we stayed home. Monday was another farm.  Tuesday was dinner with one of my favorite smurfs, Wednesday was a long distance farm and then tonight I am staying home being an introvert!

It’s amazing.  I love how many people there are here and how passionate everyone is about it.  Yeah, there are jerks (as always) but it’s extremely refreshing to go wander around for hours with a group of 10+ people.  We’ve been asked if we’re a flash mob, we’ve had our pictures taken.  I have yet to be asked to leave somewhere by the police, but that is always a possibility, seeing as how a lot of these farms happen after dark.

 

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So, yeah. That’s what I have to say.  Sorry, Husband came in and wrecked my train of thought.  I love it though.  So if you have some time, and you like being out, check it out.  And choose Enlightened.  We’re awesome.

Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Study hard. Be evil.

Bye bye for now Azeroth, Hello Nexus!

I know I’ve been quiet here for a while, for good reason.  In February I ‘transitioned’ from a small company to unemployment.  This was only supposed to be for a month and then I was supposed to go to work for a much larger (seriously larger) corporation.  Well, I ended up being unemployed from Valentine’s Day until just about the 1st of May.  (That’s 2 and a half months for those of you counting at home.)

In the lead up to my change of employment status, the stress of preparing my old company for my leaving completely overwhelmed me and I ended up stepping back from raiding.  I wasn’t doing a very good job of it and I honestly couldn’t bring myself to care at that point.  I figured that for my own mental health (and that of my poor raid leader) I should probably stop raiding completely.  I stopped raiding sometime in January and just did a few casual things after that.

I ended up bingeing on WoW the first month or so that I was off.  I got one of every character to 90, except for a death knight.  I transferred my druid back to the Horde and played with friends over on Llane for a while.  And then, I slowly burned out.

It was small at first.  I’d log in and then idle.  I’d sit and read at my desk or I’d watch Netflix (I got all the way through Supernatural!) and eventually I just stopped logging in and snuggled up with my cats in the tv room.  The expansion wasn’t grabbing my attention, but I kept trying to find things to do to keep my love affair with Warcraft alive.  I wasn’t ready to move on yet.

Then a friend visited and showed me the Youtube videos for Wildstar.  I fell in love.  I got a beta pass for the next beta weekend and forced Husband to play with me.  I was hooked.  By the time I got the phone call in April to start my job, I had already decided to buy Wildstar and give up my WoW subscription.  I barely played the last month of my paid time in Warcraft.  And by the time I started my new job in May, I had pretty much stopped playing all video games during the week because the commute (a WHOLE HOUR ROUND TRIP) and the weirdness of having over 10 people in the office with me was making me a little stir crazy.

Tomorrow is my one month anniversary at my new job and I’m feeling very settled.  I’m extremely busy and I’m really happy.  I have my own office with a door.  I can listen to whatever music I want and I’m in the middle of town.  Husband and I carpool sometimes (like tomorrow!) and I like my coworkers.  However, these last 5 months have been very cleansing for me.  I’m very very relaxed and at peace for the first time in forever.  And while I miss playing with Husband, we’ve picked up other things to do together.  (Like playing Ingress!)

So, I’m currently residing on Nexus.  So expect to see some posts here about that.  I’m not too willing to give up this blog just because I am not playing WoW.  Karegina still exists, she’s just a Mordesh now.

Update on 12 to 90

Since I last posted, I managed to get my hunter and my warlock both to 90.  My hunter is over on Llane (yay!) and my warlock is over on Tichondrius.  Which means that in my list of classes I’m still missing at 90, I have a death knight and a monk I need to work on.  My death knight is currently being leveled with Husband’s shaman.  (Over on Madoran!)  And they are currently level 86 or 87.  My monk, of which this is my 3rd, is currently level 78!  And I have a 300% bonus elixir for her.  WOOHOO!  /rubs hands together

Soon.  Soon my collection will be complete.

Boggle – Aka February Wrap Up

Recently, I have felt like my life is a game of Boggle.  You know, the game where you shake up the letters, twist them and then hunt for words for 3 minutes to see how many you can make in that time limit?  Well, my life has been shaken up and twisted.  I’m currently hunting for words in an unknown period of time to see how I ‘score’ at this thing we call ‘life’.

At this time, I have been unemployed for two weeks.  I left my job (that I’d had for 10.5 years) on February 14th for a similar job that I was promised to start sometime the middle of February or beginning of March.  As it is now March 1st, I’ve not heard when I actually start with my new company and this is stressing me out a LOT.  I’m still in the background checks and I think they were waiting for February to be over before they officially hired me.  During this time of unemployment, I’ve accomplished a lot.  My house is clean.  My paperwork for the last 2+ years has been filed.  I got a trip to Ikea (!!!) where I managed to pick up a lot of awesome household goods.  I’ve also had some time to accomplish a few things in World of Warcraft.

See, a few weeks before I quit my job, I ended up taking an unintended break from raiding.  The first week was due to family things that had come up and the second week was due to stress from my (soon-to-be) last few days of work.  (My last week of work, I only slept about 3 hours each night on average, with horrid nightmares during those 3 hours of sleep.)  My last day of work, I ended up missing raid as well because I had to go to my new employer’s office after I left my former employer and fill out a couple papers.  I also missed the next night due to family related business.

I ended up spending the next week thinking long and hard about what I wanted to do with my life.  What better time to think about where your life is headed then when you’re between jobs and cleaning your house?  I realized that I was avoiding my druid because I was so ashamed of how badly I was doing when I was raiding on her.  I had been avoiding my guild because I didn’t want to be talked to by my raid leader.  During the last month of my old job, I was so stressed out and exhausted from work that I didn’t have any energy to expend on my husband, let alone trying to do something for my fun time in game.

I talked to Husband about it and I told him I was unhappy and I don’t think I was cut out for dpsing, heroics and 25 mans.  At least, not all together.  I should have taken one of those on at a time.  I should have done either 25’s, or heroics, or dpsing.  I should not have gone into 25 man heroics and tried to learn my dps rotation.  It was a waste of the guild’s time to bring me there.  I did learn a lot, but mostly I learned I’m not a dpser.  It’s fun but I really REALLY miss healing.

So, I bit the bullet and took my druid off that evil PVP server and wished really hard.  She’s now a tauren again.  A beautiful moocow girl with long braids and mooing voice.  And I’m in Iron Circle on Llane, doing Flexes and normals.  And I’m healing.  And I’m thrilled.  Husband is still in Cadenza, as a ret pally.  Doing his heroics.  And while I miss him, we’re happier like this.  For now.

So, it’s now the beginning of March, and I’m still unemployed with no idea when I start my new job.  I haven’t found all the words in these letters of mine but I think I’ve almost got them all.  Maybe if I squint my eyes and tilt my head a little bit to the right.

For the Horde.

State of the Karegina

So, life.  My real life is in a complete flux right now.  For the last 10 and a half years, I’ve been working for the same small mortgage company.  And now, I’m moving to a large bank thing.  Because I have a very strong sense of family/loyalty, this move is causing me a lot of stress and it’s not helping that while I have been offered the job, the new company hasn’t given me a start date other than ‘sometime in February or early March’.

Because of this, I am causing my current boss a lot of stress (she is keeping me on for now despite my leaving her for a competitor).  I’m helping get all our current files over to a contract processor and am aiming at getting all my files closed up by the middle of February.  And I need to give her my official resignation on Monday.   I think I’m going to make my last day be the 14th of February and that way even if my first day isn’t until the 3rd of March, I’ll have a little ‘vacation’.

In WoW, I managed to get my rogue and warlock both to 90.  That’s the highlight of my WoW life.  I swear that as my ilevel goes up and the amount of stress in my life goes up, the worse my playing gets.  So, I’m disappointing my raid leader and myself.  And I feel like something has to give.  And I think it’s going to be WoW.  I don’t want to give up.  I don’t think it’s something I want to do but at this point, I’m literally causing myself physical harm.

I don’t want to drag Husband with me though.  I think he is having a lot of fun and is enjoying himself.  Plus he seems to be doing well.  We’ve been talking about how I can improve my dps and I read up, watch videos, But I don’t know.  It just sucks that I feel like I’m giving up.  Maybe I just need to take a break.

 

 

How to Oath?

Blog Azeroth Shared Topic: What vows would your character say, intend, or break, and to what allegiance? Would it be to class/race/specialization, deity, or ruler?  This is quite a challenging Blog Azeroth topic, however I know you are all up to it because you are amazing writers.

In my head, Karegina used to be a loyal member of the Horde.  She put her class before her faction and her faction before her.  The oath that she gave the Taunka in Dragonblight was one that she believed in wholeheartedly!

Lok’tar ogar! Victory or death – it is these words that bind me to the Horde. For they are the most sacred and fundamental of truths to any warrior of the Horde. I give my flesh and blood freely to the Warchief. I am the instrument of my Warchief’s desire. I am a weapon of my Warchief’s command. From this moment until the end of days I live and die – FOR THE HORDE!

This oath was something she truly believed in.  But only while she could believe in the Horde.  When Garrosh became the Warchief, her loyalty started to slip and as she watched the atrocities the Horde committed in his name, she broke her oath and sided with the Darkspear Rebellion.

Her personal oath to her Druid sisters and brothers is something she could never break.

By the Earthmother, By Elune, I swear by my skin and my blood to defend the land of Azeroth against any foes that face it.  May Nature find my heart pure enough to blend my essence with Mother Bear to defend my cubs in battle.  May she find my cunning keen enough to infuse me with the stealth of the Great Cat so I can ambush the enemy and defeat them in close quarters.  Let me become one with the Moonkin, so I may call upon the sun and moon to smite our enemies from afar.  And if it is needed, let me draw upon the strength of the Earth and the Trees to heal my compatriots.

These are Karegina’s oaths, her broken one and the one she lives by.  She won’t take another one.

And Rogue makes 8!

Since Tichondrius is a huge ball of queuing, leveling hate these days, I transferred my old level 85 undead rogue from Madoran to Llane.  She also got a face lift and is now a Panda!  I transferred around Christmas and have managed to get her to 90 in a couple of weeks of very casual play.  I dropped her out on the Timeless Isle last night and she’s working her way towards a full set of Timeless gear.  (She’s almost there to be honest!)

This means I have 4 classes to go to get my goal for this expansion.  And to be honest, I have most of them at 85 or higher, except my monk.  (Who is happily in her late 40’s with 7 or 8 hours of that buff.)

Anyway, I had a really good time leveling my rogue.  The guild I joined (Iron Circle on Llane) is a TON of fun and I honestly can’t wait until I have enough gear to go play with them.

The queues on Tich have been about 1300+ when I get home to log in, so there is really no reason for me to want to log in there during the week.  However, I do have a project I want to do that I need to get on there to do.  (I want to take a video of my raid interface in action.)

I watched the FinalBoss.tv episode on moonkins last night.  It’s given me a lot to think about.  I kinda want to watch it again and see what else I can pick up.  Ah moonkins.  I’m getting conflicting information and I need to verify some stuff before I put things into perspective.

Updated Balance Druid Weak Auras for 5.4

So, I’ve been working on my Weak Auras for my balance druid.  And this is what I’ve got so far.

My New Balance Druid WeakAuras

My New Balance Druid WeakAuras

It’s very busy but it is good for me.  And it addresses things that I need to track.  Also, this shows a few of my other addons that I’m using as well.  (That’s Affdots – Balance Druid in there too.)  So, let’s get to this shall we?  (Note: You will need the most recent version of WeakAuras 2 for this.)

This first bit is a group.  I found it on another balance druid site (that I can’t remember) but I have modified it to my own.  The giant moonkin face tells me that “Hey idiot, you’re not in moonkin form.” It also tells me what spell I should be casting (Starfire! or Wrath!) and also tells me to GET READY to go into eclipse state.  It’s rather nice for me.  It also has a counter for moonfire and sunfire under those pictures.  In the main picture, I have the icons around my Affdots addon.

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Next, I have something telling me that we have popped bloodlust/heroism/time warp/ancient hysteria.  Apparently i can’t hear the sound that it makes when we pop it, NOR do I notice that I’ve gotten 30% larger.  So I needed a more visual reminder that “Hey idiot, blow your cooldowns”.

Hey idiot, we popped blood lust!

Hey idiot, we popped blood lust!

When you import this string however, it’ll look like this:

 

This is only what it looks like when you import it!

This is only what it looks like when you import it!

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I also apparently have a hard time telling that I am in super moonkin form.  So I made this weakaura to help me with that.

It blends in against the Shrine's walls but it's still nice.

It blends in against the Shrine’s walls but it’s still nice.

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And I also made myself a weakaura to show me the length of my Celestial Alignment buff.  Since I can’t track it easily otherwise.

I really like these pretty circles these days.

I really like these pretty circles these days.

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Now, I have 3 trinket procs I want to follow as well as the meta gem proc.  I don’t have them all grouped into one group, but here are the weakauras for each individual set.  I found some of these somewhere else and modified them to my own needs.  Again, I can’t remember where I found them.

All my procs I like to follow.

All my procs I like to follow.

Purified Bindings of Immerseus

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Frenzied Crystal of Rage

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Kardis’ Toxic Totem

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Caster DPS Meta Gem Proc

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My entire working raiding UI currently looks like this:

Raiding UI

Raiding UI

My addons are WeakAuras 2, Affdots – Balance Druid, Skada, Dominos, VuhDo, OQ, Symbiosis, MikScrollingBattleText, Tidy Plates, Bitten’s SpellFlash: Druid, BalancePowerTracker, Symbiosis, Deadly Boss Mods and MogIt. Because, mogging is awesome.

 

 

2013 – My Retrospective in WoW

So. 2013.  What a year.  At this time last year, I was a healer for a small 10 man guild on Blade’s Edge (PVE) Horde-side who was struggling to recruit and get through the first tier of raiding for Mists.  We had been having some tank issues, where we couldn’t find a reliable 2nd tank and we were struggling.  Now, I’m a boomkin in a 25 man guild on Tichondrius (PVP) Alliance-side.

I have been in three raiding guilds, on three different servers.  I left one guild behind in sadness and one guild behind in frustration.  And now I feel like I am failing at DPS-ing.  (I have been working on a few things that I think will help.  I really can’t wait for raid on Friday to see if I actually do better.)

I’ve had the opportunity to dip my toes in the hardcore raiding ‘game’.  It’s different.  I have spent the last few years being one of the most dedicated raiders in my guild and now I’m not.  I do my reading, I watch my videos, but I’m still not prepared ENOUGH for my class.  It’s a huge change to go from healing 10 mans to dpsing 25 mans.  And it has been exactly 2 months now.  (We joined October 30th.)

I have gained Twitter friends and I have lost WoW friends.  I had a lot of heartache over these losses.  In October 2012, I traveled to Georgia to meet my Myth guildmates.  In October 2013, I was in another guild, very unhappy and looking for a new home.  Where will I be in 2014? The entire raiding structure is changing.  What does that mean for my future?  Right now, I am not good enough for that type of raiding and I know I will be cut.  If I don’t get better, I’m going to get cut probably within the next month.

My druid has gone from Blade’s Edge to Hyjal to Tichondrius.  She’s gone from a tauren to a worgen.  She’s gone from a tree to a boomchicken.  None of these things were things I had ever planned on doing.  My heart is still Horde.  I somehow envision myself coming back to Horde SOMEDAY.

In alt land, I have shifted a TON of my alts around.  My blood elf priest is now a gnome.  My tauren paladin is now a draenei.  My blood elf warlock is now a dwarf.  Those alts are all on Tichondrius.  I closed my 2nd WoW account and when I did so, I transferred my goblin shaman to Thrall to play in Trauma II.  And then recently, I transferred my rogue to Llane so I could play in Iron Circle and she became a pandaren instead of an undead.

So, that’s where I am right now. I’m looking forward to 2014.  Husband and I are planning on attending BlizzCon this coming year and I foresee many more exciting things.  So, I hope that everyone had a good New Year’s Eve!  And all that!

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