I was off for spring break last week. Didn't really do much in the way of gaming, so there really isn't a whole lot of progress overall since my last update. But here goes:
Elder Scrolls Online
I finished the Daggerfall Covenant content on my Magicka Templar early this week. It really was a very interesting story line and I'm looking forward to doing the other two alliances as part of the Caldwell Silver / Caldwell Gold thing later on. I think I've definitely found my class in the Magicka Templar as well. With the xp boost from the Jester Festival, I've managed to get him up to level 37. I've now started the next major content block of Elder Scrolls Online with the Morrowind / Clockwork City / Summerset storyline. I'm about half way through the Vvardenfell story line and have been enjoying that so far. The area itself is quite odd looking, but the story has been pretty compelling so far.
I'm also still diligently doing research and deconstructing stuff for crafting, which seems to be leveling up my crafting skills. I'm still not sure I fully understand what the point of the whole exercise is, but I'll keep at it for now. At least at the moment, I don't seem to have the ability to craft anything particularly interesting, but I'm guessing that may change later on as I get more of the researches done.
I've continued to make really good progress on my crafting and gathering jobs. All of them are now sitting at level 74 except for mining which has surged ahead to level 75.
We also have a new content patch coming in FFXIV next week, which I'm really looking forward to. This will be the start of the wrap up of the current expansion, bringing the max level storyline to a close. I guess we'll see if that involves bringing some closure to the story of Gaius van Baelsar. The biggest decision for next week is going to be whether I want to run the content as a Summoner or as a Scholar. The queues obviously promise to be shorter on the Scholar / healer class, but that can also be a lot more pressure, especially on brand new dungeons and trials. So we'll see.
That's about it for now.
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