Gaming

Everquest

Desirée Lee and I like to game. She has a lot more experience with MMORPGs than I do. She logged many, many, many hours on “Word of Warcraft”, “EverQuest”, and several other such games during her time in college, and for a few years thereafter. Since she introduced me to “EverQuest” a while back, I’ve gotten into it far more than I really thought I would. We don’t log in to play “EverQuest” as much as we’d like. We’re busy. Both of us are award-winning, bestselling authors. We have a number of projects in the works—coauthored, and written individually. We’re also the parents of a toddler who is 15-months-old. Taking care of her is a full-time job in and of itself! Those of you who have done it, or are doing it, know just what I’m talking about. Still, we play “EverQuest” now and then, and want to make an effort to do so more. It’s relaxing to put our daughter to bed, and then do a dungeon raid, and slaughter goblins. Yes, we’re strange; we know that.

We play “EverQuest” on the Trakanon server. Desirée plays a (currently) Level 55 Dwarf Cleric named Danora. I play a (currently) Level 56 Dwarf Rogue named Roltnar. At the moment, it’s just us, adventuring together with our familiars and mercenaries. We wouldn’t mind linking up with a few other players. With a larger group, we would be able to hit creatures that are way too big for just the two of us alone.

So, if you like “EverQuest”, and would like to game with a pair of bestselling, award-winning paranormal authors, please look us up. Again, we’re on the Trakanon server. We’re erratic as to when we log on. Anymore, there’s no given day or time where you’re most likely to find us in-world. The only guidelines I can offer is to say to look for us in the evenings during the week, and anytime day or night on weekends—especially Saturdays. If you’ve looked for us, but haven’t found us, please message me via the “Contact” page of my website. We can probably work out a time to meet up in-world, and quest together.

Scott Harper
www.scottharper.net

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