Monday, April 29, 2013

Epith Adventures... I Think The Game Is Telling Me Something

So here I am, spending a week in Epith starting today.  Why?  Just because, I guess.  I'll still pop in to Bijou from time to time, but I wanted to spend a week away just by myself meeting new people and seeing the same game through another server's eyes.

This is by no means a permanent move, please keep that in mind.  I just wanted to see what I could accomplish in a week, living SparkCash free, notoriety free, and without massive sums of money and equipment already sitting in my storage.  I'll be playing as a newcomer to the game, but unlike a normal newcomer, I already have a lot of knowledge about the game to carry over with me.

I've kept a little bit of a diary, but I'll get more in-depth into certain areas if I feel they are of importance, if you like what I've done over the course of a week, by all means feel free to follow along and copy.

In the sake of full disclosure, I started this project on April 10th, but shelved it immediately after the damage bug was discovered after maintenance and Fiesta shut down again for emergency maintenance.  At the time of emergency maintenance, I was level 6, so this is where we will resume.

So, what's the title have to do with this entry?  I'll tell you...

Starting off, the easiest class to play and succeed with is the Fighter class.  There really is no comparison.  Highest base DEF, highest HP, very good damage early on.  With any "farming" class I create, it's typically going to be the Fighter.  The Fighter, if played right, doesn't normally need to depend on others for their successes.  Fighters make excellent solo-adventurers and farmers, while they have a low SP pool and carry few SP stones, SP potions are easily made and drop fairly often enough in the area I plan to farm.  So here she is, my Epith Fighter is born.

Of course a makeover is a must have, so off to Vietree we go!

Much better!

So.. what do I think the game is telling me?  Well considering that all of my green equipment drops tend to be Archer drops... maybe that really is my destiny.  But it's not only drops... take a look at this!

Yeah, weird huh.. I thought the days of the bugged titles were gone, but apparently not.  I don't know how, why, or where I received this title, but my Fighter is apparently a Hawk Archer now.  Oh well, let's go with it!  "Imma be the best damned Hawk Archer Epith has ever seen!" So if you see a blonde newbie Fighter running around Epith with the Hawk Archer title, that may just be me!

So yeah... perhaps it's in my destiny to fling arrows at my enemies.  Just not today.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

TBT: Old Lifetap Animation

Wasn't it just epic looking?  This was before skills could be cast while running.  Life Tap was just extraordinary....

Monday, April 15, 2013

The Simplest Leveling Guide 1-59 (Part I)

Hi everyone! FatalLace here, just wanted to share with you an AWESOME leveling guide created by RikoRain.  The guide has been featured on the forums and has received tremendous positive feedback.  Since I'm often asked about stuff like this, I figured I'd reach out to RikoRain and see if I could use her guide, she agreed.  No sense rewriting the bible right?

The all-inclusive guide will be broken down into three parts covering levels 1-59, 60-89, and 90-114.  The guide has been updated numerous times to include the most recent quests and strategies for maximizing your playtime.

Just be advised that I AM NOT an advocate of powerleveling.  So if that is your answer to your leveling issues, this guide is not for you.  However, if you want to play and work at your craft, learn your class inside and out through in-game experience (not following along on the back of a Hobby Horse), then please stick around and read through these great guides.

My contribution to the guides will be some of the screenshots, artwork, and videos.  The text comes courtesy of Riko.  I may make my own notes here and there to give some extra insight.  That all being said, let's go!

Beforehand Notes:

  • KQs will be listed in detail on the first level available, and abbreviated from then on.
  • PVP KQs will be listed on the first and last levels they are available for only, with a mark to their range.
  • PVP KQs will not be listed until the first available (level 35).
  • Repeats will be listed every level, but detailed only on the first level they are available for.
  • Instances will be listed every level they are available for, if there is no instance available, it will be listed on the first level that no instance is available until one is available.
  • Instance listings will not be shown until the first instance is available (level 20).
  • Due to the quickness of these levels, they are bundled into groups of 5.
  • Hidden Mine is for all levels, so I will not bother listing it for level specifics.
  • Event specific or Temporary KQs will not be listed.
  • Daily quests (for fame) will not be listed.

Important Note: Sometimes the level ranges of Instances change. As of April 15 2013, they are accurate.

Tactic: Pick up your initial Baby quests and the "walk through" chatter beginner quests. Equip your weapon, and go kill Slimes, Mushrooms, and Imps until you hit level 6.

Notes From Fatal:  Definitely pick up the Daily Quest from Town Chief Roumenus as well.  I would suggest going with the 10% Drop Rate Increase.  Some of the early level cards, especially the Slime S Card, which gives you the Warrior of Roumen title, can be financially lucrative.

KQ: King Slime's Counter Attack (5-16) (King Slime KQ)
KQ Video:  King Slime's Counter Attack - Archer
Quest Repeats:
Working for Julia (6-10) - Collect 1 Sea Mushroom and Two Starfish
Beat Speedy Honeyings- Defeat 5 Speedy Honeyings (6-8)
My Favourite Clam 2- Obtain 3 Clam Meats (8)
Blue Crab Dish 2 (8-10) - Collect 12 Blue Crab meat
Despicable Little Ones (8-10) - Defeat 5 Little Hobs

Tactic: Pick up quests if you like. Pick up Essential Gift from Town Chief Roumenus for a free 7 day hobby horse that is faster than the basic one upon reaching the milemarker. As soon as possible, join King Slime’s and attempt to win. Otherwise, do repeat quests or pick a monster and grind.

Note: Be sure to add a higher level player as your Master at level 9 (before reaching level 10), as well as joining the active Academy of your choice also at level 9. The rewards from both of these begin as soon as the player actively levels into 10 from level 9.

KQ: King Slime
Quest Repeats:
The Mini Greenky (11-14) - Deafeat 5 Mini Greenky
Disease Carriers (12-17) - Defeat 5 Ratmen
Medicinal Herbs (12-15) - Collect 1 Herb Leaf and Defeat 15 Ratmen
Working for Karl (12-15) - Collect 10 Broken Blade
Clam Chowder (13-16) - Defeat 5 Boogy

Tactic: Use the Teleport Gate and complete The Mini Greenky and Disease Carriers over and over until 15, at which point continue to complete Disease Carriers repeatedly until 18. These two are wonderful for creating a stock of Roumen and Elderine town scrolls to help you later. 

Notes from Fatal:  In Bijou, these teleport scrolls can sell for anywhere between 100-150s a piece.  This is a pretty lucrative quest early on.  The other servers are probably pretty close.

Notes from Fatal:  Unfortunately, it's rare that the Slime Kingdom Quest fills.  If you're fortunate enough to be able to get through it with a party, great!  However, be prepared to just keep questing.

KQ: Mara Pirates' Rage (17-25) (Mara KQ)
KQ Video: Mara Pirates' Rage KQ Mage Solo
KQ Video: Mara Pirates' Rage KQ Tanking
Quest Repeats:
Clam Chowder (13-16) - Defeat 5 Boogy
Joker Kebings 2 (18-20) - Defeat 17 Joker Kebing
Speedy Boogy 2 (18-21) - Defeat 20 Speedy Boogy
Ruined Garden 2 (20-26) - Defeat 7 Prock Zone

Tactic: Continue to complete Disease carriers until you reach level 18. At 18, join Mara KQ. Each success will grant you one level until about 22. If you cannot complete KQ, simply complete the other repeats. However, avoid the Ruined Garden 2 (its experience is too low).

Notes from Fatal:  Again, like the Slime KQ, it's rare that the Mara KQ fills.  However, with a decent enough gear, a little know-how, it can be done with minimal participants.  If you're extremely well-geared, the Mara KQ can also be used to farm both the Mara and Marlone A and S cards, extremely valuable.  From here on down, please be aware that KQs may not fill, it's best to continue focusing on your quests and finishing up your levels in the Abyss.

KQ: Mara Pirates' Rage (-25) and Gold Hill Adventure (20-32) (Gold Hill KQ)
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70)
Quest Repeat:
Speedy Boogy 2 (18-21) - Defeat 20 Speedy Boogy
Ruined Garden 2 (20-26) - Defeat 7 Prock Zone
Working for Raina (21-22) - Collect 5 (each) Red, Yellow, and Blue Petals
Poor Merchant (22-23) - Defeat 20 Silver Slime
Kid Woz's Small Wish (23-24) - Defeat 20 Skeleton
The Marlone Clan Megaton (23-24) - Defeat 25 Marlone Megaton
James' Request 2 (24-25) - Collect 1 Prism Powder
Herb Plant Set 2 (25-27) - Collect 5 (each) Herb Leaf, Stem, and Root
Insomnia 2 (25-27) - Defeat 15 Glow Wolf

Tactic: Complete Gold Hill KQ (and Mara if you please, but more-so Gold Hill) for quicker levels. Please remember to take a pickaxe! Each completion will grant you either a level, or a notable amount of experience. Do the above repeats between KQs for added experience boosts.

KQ: Gold Hill
KQ Video:  Gold Hill KQ - Tanking
KQ Video:  Gold Hill KQ - Cleric
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70)
Quest Repeat:
Herb Plant Set 2 (25-27) - Collect 5 (each) Herb Leaf, Stem, and Root
Insomnia 2 (25-27) - Defeat 15 Glow Wolf
Frozen Ice Cream 2 (28-29) - Defeat 20 Ice Vivi
Roumen's Security Issue 2 (29-30) - Defeat 20 Cave Archmage Book
Hobby (30-31) - Collect 1 Sticky Spider Web

Tactic: Keep doing Gold Hill. You will notice you get less and less per success as you level up, but it is still good experience. Do quests in between. If you dare, you can also grind in the abyss.

KQ: Gold Hill (-33), The Millenium Robo Plot (33-45) (Robo KQ)
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70)
PVP KQ: Amateur Fighter (35-49)
Quest Repeat:
Roumen's Security Issue 2 (29-30) - Defeat 20 Cave Archmage Book
Hobby (30-31) - Collect 1 Sticky Spider Web
Working for Wishis (32-33) - Defeat 30 Flying Staff
Purging The Moonlight Tomb (33-34) - Defeat 20 Bat, 15 Zombie, and 1 Zombie Master
Eyes for the Magic Staff 2 (33-35) - Defeat 25 Magic Staff
Ruby's Request 2 (34-35) - Defeat 30 Grave Wolf
The Wild and Master (35-39) - Collect 1 Wolf's Claw

Tactic: Do repeats, KQs, and quests in between to help level. At 33, Robo will offer quite a bit of experience. At 35, PVP KQ is by far one of the best ways to level up. A few Tower quests done at this time also provide a nice chunk of experience and are easy enough now that you are 10-15 levels higher.

KQ: Robo, Mean Giant Honeying (40-50)
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70) and Devildom Mine (40-50)
PVP KQ: Amateur Fighter (35-49)
Quest Repeat:
The Wild and Master (35-39) - Collect 1 Wolf's Claw
The Oppression of Ghosts (37-38) - Defeat 30 Ghost
Harvest 2 (38-40) - Collect 40 Hoes
Bitter Old Myzen (39) - Defeat 30 Bone Imp
Bone Imp Bags 3 (39-40) - Collect 35 Bone Imp Bags
It Drives Me Crazy 2 (40-42) - Defeat 20 Earth Spider
For My Friend (40-50) - Defeat 1 Storm Citrie and 1 Ice Citrie (Instance repeat)

Tactic: Join Robo KQ every chance you get in an attempt to complete the KQ Questline. Also, join PVP KQ when you can. Between, complete repeats, grind in abyss/dungeons, or complete other non-repeat quests. Generally save the non-repeats for levels with no repeats, but this should not hurt you too much.

KQ: Robo (-45), Honeying (40-50)
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70) and Devildom Mine (40-50)
PVP KQ: Amateur Fighter (35-49)
Quest Repeat:
It Drives Me Crazy 2 (40-42) - Defeat 20 Earth Spider
For My Friend (40-50) - Defeat 1 Storm Citrie and 1 Ice Citrie (Instance repeat)
Ugly Goblins 2 (42-43) - Defeat 50 Goblins
The Prock's Poison 2 (42-44) - Defeat 40 Prock
A Bet with Marty 2 (43) - Defeat 50 Goblin Swordsmen and Collect 20 Goblin Sword
Strange Cave of Wind 4 (43-46) - Defeat 50 Cave Archmage Books, Collect 10 Windy Cave Maps and Silver Ores: 10 LQ, 5 MQ, 1 HG
Fantastic Items (44) - Collect 22 Werebear's Claws
Best Broomsticks 3 (44-46) - Collect 50 Werebear Armpit Hair

Tactic: If you have not completed the Robo KQ Questline, now should be the time you press on to do so. Join PVP KQ as well, of course doing repeatables between KQ, and normal quests between repeatables. Should those fail, abyss, dungeons, or normal map grinding will become the default. Notable repeats are Ugly Goblins, Fantastic Items, and Best Broomsticks. 

KQ: Honeying (-50), Lost Mini Dragon and Lost Mini Dragon (Hardcore) (46-60)
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70), Devildom Mine (40-50), and Devildom Barracks (50-60)
PVP KQ: Amateur Fighter (35-49)
Quest Repeat:
Best Broomsticks 3 (44-46) - Collect 50 Werebear Armpit Hair
Athlete's Foot (46-48) - Collect 10 Sand Mushroom's Heads
A Secret Request (47) - Collect 30 Goblin Captain's Helmet
Mannequin Lips (49) - Collect 10 Mini Lips' Lips
Release from Pain 2 (50-60) - Collect 20 Feather of the Foras Tribe (Instance repeat)

Tactic: Mini Dragon KQ will provide optimal experience. If you choose to join (you should), please remember to participate fully and avoid leeching at all costs. Aside from MD, complete the repeatable quests. Each one has a decent amount of experience reward, as well as a set, specific, and well-placed spawn point for the target monsters.

KQ: Mini Dragon
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70) and Devildom Barracks (50-60)
PVP KQ: Brave Warrior (55-69)
Quest Repeat:
Release from Pain 2 (50-60) - Collect 20 Feather of the Foras Tribe (Instance repeat)
Grandma Myzen's Wrath (51) - Defeat 80 Weakened Ogre
The Unbreakable Chisel (52) - Collect 10 King Donkey's Tooth
Delivery Delay (53-54) - Defeat 100 Vampire Bat and 20 Lighting Vivi
Escape from Concealed Prison 2 (55) - Defeat 120 Prisoners

Tactic: Mini Dragon KQ will still provide notable amounts of experience. Repeats at every level will make saving the normal quests easy (as you should save them for 56-60). This level is all KQ and repeats.

KQ: Mini Dragon
Instance: Tower of Iyzel (20-70), Devildom Barracks (50-60), and Crystal Castle (60-69)
PVP KQ: Brave Warrior (55-69)
Quest Repeat:
The Master Criminal (57) - Defeat 50 Senior Torturers
Castle Lords's Goods 2 (60-61) - Collect 50 King Spider's Webs and 10 Queen Spider's Claws

Tactic: Since you only have 1 repeat at only 1 of these 5 levels, join PVP KQ and in between complete normal quests. At 57, do only the repeat as much as possible. For 57-60, do any and all quests while joining in PVP and Mini Dragon KQ. Usually you will reach 60 by completing all quests available - if not, you should be incredibly close. For the extra bit needed if you do not reach 60, simply spam KQs.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

SixUnderground - Another Prestige Joins the Ranks

Well, here she is!  I had thought I'd keep her identity a secret, but meh.. what the heck, it was long enough.  Besides, a few people already knew and my own carelessness revealed her name to a few of you out there that were quick enough to point out my failure to mosaic out her name in one of my screenshots previously... man you guys are good!

Anyway, so may I present to you, SixUnderground.  She is now my sixth "prestige" character and my second Archer to hit that mark.

Someone along the way asked where my name came from, it's actually a song title from a group called the Sneaker Pimps.  Here's the video below if you're curious.

I just always liked the beat, very haunting, very.. i dunno, sensual?

Anyway, it's late here, I'll do a write up later on my Ranger first impressions... Hey, at least my first two attempts at Hide were successful!  Or is that 100% success rate now? o_Oa gnight all!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Who Says Henneath Never Fills, Much Less Succeeds?

So there I was grinding and questing away on my ultra-super-top-secret Ranger project when I found myself needing to turn quests in in Uruga, but I was all the way out in Swamp of Dawn.  I only had a single Uruga scroll left, I didn't want to burn it just yet. The Henneath KQ's recruiting just went live so I figured I'd join and in about 30 minutes, when recruiting ended, I'd suicide out of the KQ and end up back in Uruga... at least I think it takes you to Uruga. 

But slowly the KQ started to fill... three people, then six, a roar went out to the server calling for participants, then eight, nine, and finally thirteen!  Wow!  Still short of the maximum twenty, but still a really decent turn out.  Running perilously low on both HP and SP stones, those Laplans were just whacking me to death earlier, I quickly tried to teleport to Sand Hill.  Unfortunately, I got the "Disconnected From Server" message as the game consumed my teleport scroll.  Fearful I'd run out of time to get back in, I hurriedly restarted Fiesta and was able to join in time, scroll (again) to Sand Hill and restone as the 10 second timer was counting down... WHEW!

So there we were, a bunch of 9x players thrown into the fray, no idea of the capabilities of the other players, we threw caution to the wind and headed out.  With just one Cleric amongst us, the road ahead seemed a difficult one, but with enough Fighters, Tricksters, and Mages, we'd be able to put on a decent showing.  Hordes of mobs were gathered, stunned, and frozen in place, we were making great progress and facing zero adversity so far.

We cleared the first floor, then the second, then the third.  It was like we've done this before!  Well, I think many of us had on other characters... but anyway, /insert tense, dramatic music.  The Boss had arrived and I went to pull it, I got it down the hill when suddenly a fighter kicked it!  Oh no, what was he thinking?!  Thankfully, the fighter had some sense and continued to just kite the Boss, not try to tank it in place.  Whew.. disaster averted!

So round and round we went as the Boss summoned her minions.  We kited the Boss to death and then went back to clean up her leaderless followers.  Their arrows and fireballs mowed down some of our ranks, but we persevered.  We summoned up whatever courage and fight we had left and prevailed!

Thirteen brave souls, a hodgepodge of classes with little experience together accomplished something I didn't think we would do.  With a smile on my face, after arriving in Aberstoll Ruins after the successful KQ, I gladly consumed my last Uruga scroll and turned in my quests.

Thank you brave adventurers of Bijou, you made my day.


Monday, April 8, 2013

Player Feature: Kolmen (Bijou - Level 43 Fighter)

 So there I was sitting around my Estate, not really doing much of anything, when another adventurer strolled on in and had a seat in the empty chair in front of me.  He didn't partake in my tea, declined to read a book, he just continued to sit there staring at me. 

With writer's block creating a stranglehold on my creative juices, I figured, why not take this opportunity to meet someone new and maybe interview them for my blog?  And that's where this story begins...


Fighter:  Level 43
Age: 14
Time in Isya:  11 days

FatalLace: Kolmen, so how did you end up with us here in Isya?
Kolmen:  I was watching anime online and saw an ad for Fiesta, so I joined.

FL:  Are you enjoying the game so far?
Ko:  Yes, absolutely.

FL:  What's the most enjoyable thing about your adventures here so far?
Ko:  Making money, I've been selling cards and other stuff.

FL:  Has there been any bad experiences?  Any frustrations?
Ko:  No, not really.  Only frustrating thing is when nobody buys from my shop, I also wish there were more classes of characters.

FL:  Have you tried all the other classes?
Ko:  Yes, fighter is my favorite, Trickster is my least favorite.  I don't like the Trickster class because their defense is poor.  One hit makes up for all the rest that didn't hit him.

FL:  So far, how has the Bijou community treated you?
Ko:  I've had no problems, there are some aggressive players, but I enjoy it.

FL:  Do you see yourself continuing to play Fiesta in the next six months?
Ko:  Yes, I see myself at around level 85 by then, hopefully leveling in Aberstoll Ruins.

FL:  Would you suggest Fiesta to your friends?
Ko:  I already have, they've started to play also.  They're trying to catch up to me, they're all enjoying it.

FL:  Have you played other MMOs before?
Ko:  No, this is my first.

FL:  Any suggestions for the developer to make the game more interesting?
Ko:  I would like to see a character with guns, not rifles, but pistols.  Something that's more powerful, but slower than the other classes.

Admittedly, I chuckled at the last suggestion, but who's to say what does and doesn't belong in this game anymore?  I mean we've gone from animal mounts to cars, motorcycles, and hoverboards.  Will guns be in our future?  It's probably doubtful, but you never know.

I really did enjoy my brief time chatting with Kolmen.  For a player that's relatively young and new to the game, he has a good handle on things so far.  I would be interested to see where he ends up six months from now. 

Game imbalances and reliance on the cash shop aren't so apparent early on, hopefully he maintains the positive attitude he displayed today. 

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Attendance Event Recap - An Exercise in Idle Activites

Hello Isyans!  So far the past month since I've returned has been great!  I'm settling back into the swing of things, catching up with old friends and making lots of new ones.  Unfortunately, I seem to be spending more time chatting than actually grinding!

So I logged in earlier this month and lo and behold a cutesy little slime icon appeared on the bottom of my screen!  I clicked it and a calendar appeared with some empty spaces and enticing looking present boxes at the end of each week. 

I was actually quite surprised at the interface of the calendar; it's attractively designed and easy to understand.  Since this was my first attendance event, I did not know what I had to do to fulfill the requirements of being counted.  How long did I have to stay online?  Do I have to gain EXP?  Since I didn’t want to ask... I just kinda stood around and went about my usual business.  Turns out you just need to be online for 1 consecutive hour, easy enough.

And now the dilemma, how many characters am I going to actually try to do this event on?  How will I keep track?  And what am I going to do for an hour on all those characters?  Well first thing was to prioritize, without knowing ahead of time what the prizes would be, I figured I’d let those characters most likely to be used in the near future have highest priority.   

After all was said and done, I attempted the event on 13(!) different characters with varying levels of completed attendance.  Of the 13, four were online for all 28 days, six claimed the prizes for 24 days of attendance, and three finished with the 20 day box.  I'm a sucker for free stuff, sue me.  

So what was received?  Here is the comprehensive list taken from the forums, originally posted here.

Week One:
Minimum Prize: Red Menian Top (7 days)
Other Possible Prizes: Tiny Voices Pet (1 day), Mouse Ears (7 days), FrostBite the Stag (7 days)

Week Two:
Minimum Prize: Red Menian Pants (7 days)
Other Possible Prizes: Kaffoo Costume (1 day), Green Dragon Tail (7 days), Small Box (7 days), Secretary’s Nightmare Minihouse (7 days)

Week Three:
Minimum Prize: Blue Menian Top (7 days)
Other Possible Prizes: Jewel Carrot (1 day), Tik Tok Pet (7 days)

Week Four:
Minimum Prize: Blue Menian Pants (7 days)
Other Possible Prizes: Revolutionary Steampunk (7 days), Killer Bee (7 days), Captain Wheels (7 days)

20 Days of Attendance: Puppy Ears (7 days), Peacock Tail (7 days)
24 Days of Attendance: Elvis Hair (7 days), Sonia the Snow Leopard (7 days), Epith's Box (7 days)
28 Days of Attendance: iGlasses 3000 mk2 (30 days), Tofu Mini House (30 days), 20% Charm of Might (6 units), Imperial Gala (30 days)

That's a pretty nice haul considering you only needed to be online for an hour or so each day.

There were a few bumps in the road that hopefully will be smoothed out the next time Gamigo decides to roll this event out.  2 days were messed up when the switch to daylight savings time in the US occurred.  Another day was lost later in the month for no apparent reason.  On both occasions, attendance was restored for those affected days for everyone.  Honestly, that was the only right course of action, I just wish the GMs would address the issue sooner with an announcement of what will be done to correct the issue.  Some players may have given up on the 28 day prize when that first error occurred.

However, fun event aside, but it's stuff like this that irritates me:

I know the term "fail" has caught on like wildfire on the interwebz, but to automatically brand something as a "fail" because of a few issues is extremely mean-spirited.  People behind the scenes worked hard to plan and execute this event for the masses and it went off without much difficulty.  Issues that did come up were addressed and handled.  It's really cruel to just throw that word out there, even in jest.  So please, unless you're participating in self-deprication, go easy on the term.

So anyway, how did I spend all that time?  Well let me tell ya!

The Hidden Side-Benefits of Attendance Events

.... And Some of the Drawbacks of Attendance Events:

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

You People Crack Me Up!

Just too funny, nice meeting you today Cyllia =)
This might sound odd, but the above happens fairly often.  I'm definitely proud that I'm recognizable to some, and extremely grateful that about 99% of the people I meet in this fashion are genuinely nice people, and not your typical internet creeper/troll. 

I'm always (unless I'm grinding) open to chatting with new people, so if you see me hopping around Bijou, by all means, stop and say hi!  If I don't answer, chances are I'm AFK.  I don't ignore people in-game, if I'm busy, I'll tell you such, I won't keep you hanging.

So yeah, come find me and make a new friend!
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