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Syp’s gaming goals for December 2021

November 2021 in review

  • Can’t believe that we’re already turning into the final month of the year, but here we are! Overall, it was a solid (if not overly exciting) month of steady gaming.
  • The MMO I spent the most time on this month was Lord of the Rings Online on the Treebeard server. My Minstrel rocketed up to near-50 while chewing through all but the last handful of zones in Shadows of Angmar. Lots of questing and deeding — perhaps too much, if we’re being honest, because I started to lose some steam for it by the end of the month.
  • It took me a whole month, but I got through Elder Scrolls Online’s The Rift zone and then transitioned into adventuring through Western Skyrim. It was always a good time, playing this, it’s just that I didn’t put in as much as I was hoping.
  • And while I was extremely pleased to get Fallen Earth back, I only had time to do all of the quests in a single starter town (Midway) while doing some other stuff, like crafting a horse, to set up my character.
  • I wrapped up a Wildermyth campaign, which was pretty darn cool!

December 2021 gaming goals

  • I think I’m more or less on track for getting most of Shadows of Angmar done in LOTRO, including the epic story, but I’m not 100% sure I’ll finish it by the end of the year. That said, I’m going to try while hitting level 50 and wrapping up some much-needed class deeds. I’m also going to be doing some side work leveling up my Captain on Landroval, see if I can start getting her closer to Gundabad. Currently she’s in the middle of Minas Morgul.
  • Western Skyrim is in my sights in Elder Scrolls Online — continuing with this Nord theme! — and getting that single zone done is my minimum for the month.
  • I want to move on to a second starter city in Fallen Earth and complete it as well.
  • Apart from that, I’m chewing on some other possibilities for the month, including SWTOR, RIFT, or maaaaybe WoW Classic depending on what happens with Blizzard. There aren’t any other big end-of-year releases that I deem a “must play,” so I think I’m going to cruise into 2022 more or less as I am now.

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