Ironically, just a few days after I wrote a lengthy post about the importance of hardware to your PvP, my computer decided to die. It's in the shop being fixed (or at least to be given a time of death) right now, the general consensus seems to be a fried hard drive. Which basically means a new computer for me.
This isn't necessarily a bad thing. I've been running WoW on a fairly small laptop, so if I invest in a newer, better computer my performance should go way up. This is, however, a lot of money to have to drop, so needless to say I'm not thrilled about my predicament.
Basically, I've just managed to grab a public computer to post this, and I'm just checking in, to make sure that everything is still in one piece in the blog-o-sphere. What me having no computer essentially means for you, my readers, is that I will be more or less unable to post until the situation is resolved.
So I'm asking you to please put up with a little bit of radio silence over the next little while. I'm going to be largely absent without a computer, but once I get back, I assure you all, I will make it known.
Looks like this has been a month of new hardware all around for me. Let's hope that doesn't happen again for a long while.
Until next time!
Practice safe Death,