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It's official - I've kicked the WoW habit. I gave away all my worldly possessions and deleted all of my non-Khaz Modan characters. Once I'm sure I won't relapse, I plan to continue contributing to WoWWiki.
I'm a 24-year-old female who lives in Texas. I started playing WoW in December of 2004 on the RP server Silver Hand. My first level 60 was on that server - Zetarg, an orc warlock. I later created a human paladin named Nyda and leveled her to 58. At some point I created my priest Hyacith and rogue Ragasth on the PvE server Draka, but moved them in their teens when free transfers were made available to Khaz Modan.
On Khaz Modan, I met up with a great group of people in the guild Sacrifice. I progressed with them, leveling my main Hyacith - and later my alts Camali and Ragasth - to 60. When I joined, 5-mans were still a challenge for the guild, but we went on to complete ZG, Onyxia's Lair, and MC. Later on I transferred Zetarg to KM via the paid character transfer. The guild broke up in the days before the release of the expansion and for now I'm flying solo until I find a new home.
I began contributing to WoWWiki on November 30, 2006. I have found WoWWiki to be an invaluable resource and wanted to add what I could.
<Sacrifice> lost many of its members in the week before The Burning Crusade release, and I felt it was time to move on as well. So I haven't been playing too much WoW recently - I've been doing a fair amount of WoWWiki editing (I tend to pick a random page and then try to make everything associated with it exist and look pretty) and have been playing lots of Final Fantasy XII while waiting for the expansion.