It’s been a few months since my last entry so I felt it was time to write in the journal again. Not much has happened since my last report but there are a few instances that I’d like to jot down.
After my triumphant victory over the Rabbie Dungeon that previously mentioned, I again returned to brave its damp corridors in hopes for obtaining the reclusive missing thunder page 4. Luck was still not in my favor as I left empty handed following another successful completion of the dungeon. Admittedly, I was slightly disappointed that my progress towards completing the Book of Thunder had stymied in the recent months but I was not to let it discourage me. After all, the fact remains that clearing Rabbie Dungeon had seemed like an insurmountable feat before yet now I was able to make it through with just the help of my pets alone. Be it brute force, learning, or a combination of both, I’m indisputably gaining some valuable experience with these dungeon trips. Experience that will hopefully allow me to leverage my abilities and skills when I apply for more prestigious guilds in the future.
After convincing myself that my fighting abilities were indeed improving, I found myself in slightly higher spirits as I made my way back to Dunbarton. The warm sun beating down felt incredibly refreshing after spending several days in the torchlit caves of Rabbie Dungeon. My skin rejoiced at the warmth the rays brought and before I knew it, I had arrived in the town.
I immediately headed to Simon’s Clothing Shop to repair my equipment with the small amount of gold I had earned from the dungeon. My cheery mood had made me forget that I hadn’t had a warm meal to eat in quite some time. I had been surviving off of dried bread and water the whole time while I was underground. Apparently I looked unfed enough that Simon assumed I was a beggar of sorts and bestowed me with “the Hungry title”. The initial shock clearly showed on my face as Simon immediately realized the blunder he had made. He promptly apologized in a rather insincere manner then quickly changed the subject to ask what I needed. I responded that I needed some simple repairs done, half-relieved that I was able to recover quickly from his unintentional insult.
I left the shop and headed next door to the town bank. To my surprise, I found that my savings had built up over the last year and this meager amount of 40,000 gold would allow me to purchase the kite shield I had wanted for some time.
Then I traveled to Emain where I bought a brand spakin’ new kite shield that matches my robe! Now all I need is an Intellegence Uniform from Fleta and I’ll have my dream outfit ^.^ While in Emain, I also bought gold pouches that match my outfit. Useless? Absolutely! Cool? You bet!
Then I headed to Tir trying to sell that armor I bought last weekend but was unsucessful in that endeavor. After I gave up trying to sell it, I just went fishing again.
I think that in three weeks, I’m going to rebirth. It’s getting too hard to level and monsters are appearing strong and awful more frequently now. However, I want to keep my age up so when Iria comes out, I’ll be able to do something since I’ll have way more stamina than I would if I rebirth. I won’t be playing up until the Iria update so please excuse the lack of updates.