Monday, April 30, 2012

Edge Of Time

Monday and yes there is probably very little that can make you feel better on a Monday, but I will make and attempt. Today is Machinima Monday and today I have something which recently has been one of the most recommend that I showcase. After watching it I am pleased to be able to give this artist as many views as possible, even if there alias Phenelo is close to one of my most hated Final Fantasy characters of all time. Now this is another scenic Machinima with some of the best camera work I think I have ever seen. Also this doesn't only contain static scenes, but also some player interaction which is always a plus. Now it is about 16 minutes long so make sure you have time to watch and please be sure to watch it in HD as it just absolute justice. Be prepared to be amazed

Hope you enjoy it, and it made the Monday Blues go away

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Ask Gauss

Sunday! Yes, it is Sunday and it is time for Ask Gauss. For all of those that were wondering what happened to last week's post. Well it was Diablo III open beta so my time was taken. I figured all of you would understand. Also thought many of you would be doing the same thing. That was last week, and as you probably figured out today is this week. So why don't we get right to what you came here for and answer the questions.

Have you seen the latest models in the MoP for the new PvP sets?

Actually yes and I was quite impressed. One thing I stated when they were putting transmoging in that this would in turn allow the artists to create designs that maybe not everyone had to like, but I thought they would be more descriptive and more creative. Also they would go from people just liking to thinking they were awesome. Sure they wouldn't be everyone's taste, but if you liked them then you really would like them. Think of it this way. When a set is created the artists want you to choose to wear that set. It is like they are playing a game and trying to win, and truly this is the best way to go about things.

What do you think about this crazy back and forth with the customization argument in Diablo III?

The people going on and on about how there is no stat points allocation are stuck in that frame of mind. What they don't realize or remember is that there truly wasn't a choice in Diablo II each level. If you wanted to not have a gimped character then you had to allocate your stats in a specific way. Thus the stat points every level gave the appearance of customization. Now what made this even worse if someone was unfamiliar with the system or how it worked and put their stats in the wrong places then in order to fix it they would have to re-level  and start all over again. Now some would say this is their fault, because they didn't do it correctly. If there is only one way to do it effectively then why have it in the first place? This is the reason why Blizzard decided to remove the system and have auto allocating upon leveling. Just like they do in WoW. So instead to add customization they made millions of viable builds and can be switched at pretty much any time to encourage experimentation and creativity something which I think is far more important then following something which was easily googled.

You find being a Canadian and a gamer difficult?

What kind of question is that? That is like asking an American if it is difficult getting a gun.

There you go questions answered for the week. Hope you got some insight and something out of it. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Item Restoration

For those who haven't heard

Starting today, players can access a new system that will allow players to recover World of Warcraft items that they may have sold, destroyed or disenchanted: Item Restoration.

With this new self-service option the recovery of an item or items that were recently deleted or sold to a vendor can be restored to a character immediately when using the ticket submission system on our support site.  For any items that were accidentally disenchanted the same method can be used to request a review by Customer Support for restoration.

This restoration option may only be used once every 30 days on active World of Warcraft accounts that are in good standing.  As this option has a limited availability and use,  we still encourage caution when selling, deleting or disenchanting items.

While Customer Service always strives to help whenever we can, with the introduction of this self-help feature we will no longer be able to assist with these types of requests.

Additional details can be found in the following Support Article: Item Restoration.

So what does this mean? Well basically this should allow for GM tickets to be answered quicker because they won't be clogged up with item restorations. I have actually been calling for this type of system for awhile as it seems dumb or silly mistakes seem to be over 50% of the tickets sent in. That and of course the random people sending in tickets claiming such and such is OP and who can forget "I'M REPORTING YOU". This will take some time to get right, but I think this sort of automated system is best for things which are quick fixes and in all honesty don't need direct customer support. Now I know people will be pissed off about this, because it is like everything else going automated, but really if you did one of these things by accident then really you have nothing to complain about.

Now don't go randomly deleting items just to try this out...

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Just Simply Amazing

When I saw this I just hadto share. Also I felt since I wasted time doing it then other people should as well because it is only fair. This is brought to you by Nerzugal If you want to see more of his work you can click here

Yes That is a maze created from a Diablo graphic. Now wasn't he most complicated maze I have done. Although the last time I completed a maze was probably when Diablo II was a new game and that isn't even a shot at how long it has taken Diablo III to come out. Just the fact about how long it has been since I did one, in an effort to make myself feel better.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

You Fail At Complaining About Diablo III If...

Fail Day! Yes, it is. I am right off of Diablo III Open beta weekend, which seems to be the only way I can get myself a beta invite nowadays. With that in mind I have been listening to everything people have been saying and well let's just say it gave me inspiration.

You Fail At Complaining About Diablo III If...

  • You get finger cramps from clicking
  • You have never played any of the game
  • You have only played the game for the first 13 levels
  • You believe having millions of options for builds implies lack of customization
  • You think WASD movement in an isometric game makes sense
  • You believe mandatory placing points in specific stats gives a game more customization
  • You don't understand Blizzard's vision of a game that everyone is able to play
  • You believe Diablo III should be have a first person option
  • You just found out you cannot be an infinite leech with your Magic Find
  • You have no idea what Magic Find is
  • You want players to re level when they make a mistake
and finally
  • You still find something wrong with the Real Money Auction House
There you have it this week's edition of Fail. Hope you enjoyed it!

Monday, April 23, 2012

Slaughter Your World

Monday Morning! Now I have realized something, every time I showcase an older Machinima I get emails upon  emails of people asking for me to show more and more older ones. Now I don't know if this is because the more common new ones everyone is showing or you all just appreciate my taste of the older gems. Either way I think I agree. I always want to make sure you have at least seen some of the great ones of the past. So I will always make it a point to show older ones if at all possible without showing the same ones over and over obviously. This was when I couldn't recall if I had ever shown "Slaughter Your World" by the LFG comic. Now this isn't a true machinima in the sense since it is animated, but I think you will forgive me for that fact. This is probably one of my favourites of all time. If you have seen it I now you will appreciate it, if you haven't then you are in for an obvious treat.

It still hurts me every time it ends and it says the movie is coming, Sadly it never came.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Inferno On Hardcore

There was a thread which started on the offical Diablo III forums yesterday. You can see it by clicking here clicky clicky. The original poster talks about how he claims Inferno mode on Harcore will not be beaten by the end of the year. Now for those of you who don't know how Diablo works. Hardcore is the mode where when you die, well you die and you do not come back. So it sucks to die. Everything you have found disappears and is then non existent. Also what is Inferno? Well Diablo has a series of difficulty. Normal, Nightmare, Hell, and Inferno. In order to move to the next difficulty you have to complete the previous. Essentially beating Inferno is beating everything the game has to offer. Beating Inferno on Hardcore means you completed the entire game without dying. Something which not only will be difficult, but will have bragging rights like nothing Diablo has ever offered.

Now on to the claim that it will not be beaten by the end of the year. Now Blizzard has stated Inferno will be hard, brutally hard in fact but I still think making a claim like this doesn't have a chance of coming true. Why you may ask? I really think he is comparing what he may be capable of himself and applying that to everyone. There is teams of gamers that will make this their goal of completion. Look at how guilds in WoW work. The top end guilds work endlessly to be first. There will be teams working day and night to be the person or person to accomplish this. Why? Well it is for those bragging rights. To say they were the one or ones who did the improbably the quickest possible. Now do I think it will be in the first few days? No, but I do think it will be within a couple months without issue. This is also without even seeing Inferno or Hell or Nightmare. I say this because I have confidence in the crazy gamers throughout the world who will make it their mission to be the first.

So I say to all you crazy people, don't let me down!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Monk Reveal

As I have stated many times when Diablo III goes live I plan on playing the Monk. Mostly because I am a melee at heart and I think instead of going straight for the Barbarian I will go with the more agile and quick Monk. If I don't like the play style I have no doubt I will go to my staple, but I am all for a little experimentation in the beginning. With that in mind the reveal video went up on the Diablo III Promotional site. So just as I always talk about and showcase Warrior type things in WoW I will do the same with Monkish things in Diablo III. So here is the Monk reveal video.

I know what some of you are thinking. It is not a pally, just because it says the word righteousness doesn't mean anything.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

You Fail At Being An Old School Gamer If...

Tuesday! Otherwise known as the day that holds true in each one of our hearts, Fail Day. Yes it is that time once again when we will either feel horrible or laugh uncontrollably at someone else's misfortune. Such a wonderful day... This week I decided to go with one that I have been thinking of doing for awhile and I think that many of you will appreciate it. So here goes

You Fail At Being An Old School Gamer If...

  • You don't crack a smile when you see the words "A Slime draws near!"
  • You remember Mario before he was Super
  • You broke many controls out of frustration because gaming companies could careless if their games were beaten
  • You don't laugh when playing Final Fantasy 7 thinking how revolutionary the graphics used to be
  • You find the Xbox vs Playstation war more exciting than the Nintendo vs Sega one
  • You didn't know Playstation had a mascot when it first arrived 
  • You have no idea what the Turbo Graphics 16 was and how badly it failed
  • You don't know why gamer's cry tears for "Lester" and his encounter with the Zerg race
  • You remember Solider of Fortune coming out and the outcry of how over violent it was
  • You don't think Demon Souls is a walk in the park compared Nightmare Creatures
  • You don't understand why people look down on Halo players
  • "Ready to Work" means nothing to you
  • You think changing more then background colour is needed to show you it is a new level
  • You never scared your siblings with visions of The Butcher saying "Fresh Meat"
and finally
  • You have never heard of or played Giana Sisters for Commodore 64
There you have it. This week's edition of fail. Hope you all enjoyed it!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Lament of Captain Placeholder

Monday... Yes I feel like it is a worse Monday then normal. For what reason? I have no clue really. So when I came to decide what machinima would be my showcase f or this Machinima Monday. I thought I would go along with the same theme that I had yesterday when I was talking about "remember when". So for those that don't know there was a time when certain things in WoW didn't work as they were supposed to. Boats would drop you in the middle of the ocean locking out your character. So Blizzard created a Captain. Known only as Captain Placeholder. When you talked to him he would instantly port you to the other side without a need to ride a ship. All great things though couldn't last and Blizzard fixed their problem and Captain Placeholder was retired. And now at the end of the story I leave you with this

Hope you enjoyed it. It made my Monday much better.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Ask Gauss

Sunday Sunday Sunday! If you didn't know today is Sunday. One of my favourite days of the week because I sleep in and I wake up and make sure I make myself some pancakes. Just something that has always been done since I was little and I have stuck to it. Last Sunday, was Easter which was the reason we didn't see an Ask Gauss post. Family stuff where I have to show up to or some people may actually report me missing or dead. I know eh? Just a little creepy. So this week's edition of Ask Gauss will be with questions sent to me the past couple weeks. As always if you don't know how to send in your questions it is pretty simple. There is a link on the top right of the page or you can email them directly to I know it is pretty difficult isn't it? So enough talk let's get right into it.

So Warriors in Mists of Pandaria will always have what they asked for. Every ability in every stance, no rage penalties and so on and so forth. How does it feel?

Honestly? As much as it may make sense and everything like that I tend to think this takes one of the elements away of where the best could shine. There are still other ways to showcase your own abilities, but stance dancing was something that I always thought was fun and added an extra element of game play. I guess though it is a thing of the past wanting to make all classes easier to play, but still have the separation. I am not going to call this catering to casuals because I don't talk like that and never have. I will just say it will be missed, and it will be something that the older players can say "remember when?" There are a lot of these things which exist in WoW now, but that tends to happen when the game gains age. There have been many changes over the years and no one knows their game better than Blizzard so if they believe this is finally a good change now after years of people asking for it. I will believe them, and enjoy the time I had with my stance dancing.

Is 2.0 really as bad as some say it is?

I did do a fail post on this, but it is worth answering. You see I believe there is always room for improvement in anything that is just the way I am. I am not going to say that 2.0 is a failure like some. One of the main complaints of the original battle net was that you were forced into it even when you didn't want to be. Many people created random channels just so there wasn't endless things which they didn't want to hear or talk about. So what did Blizzard do? Well they made it an option to join the chats, which in my opinion is a great thing. Some people believe it or not want to just play the game they logged on to play and don't want to have a social experience. The people who claim 2.0 is a failure is because the chats are a ghost town, and that before they were always full. Now let's think about this for a minute. Were they full because people were forced to be in them? Or were they full because everyone in them was talking? I am going to say the first one. Now I think one of the problems there are now is that you have to look for them to join them. They will be making it easier. I also think the problem is now that people won't join channels unless a certain number of people are in it. To me this is just plain dumb. Like honestly? Do these people not see the irony in this? If you want your social experience join and wait, if it is that important to you it will be that important to other people. Not everyone can be a follower. 

Diablo III starting class will be?

Think it is going to be the Monk. Just have an itch to play one.

There you have it questions answered. Hope you got something out of it. Enjoy what is left of your weekend!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

New MoP Beta Mount

So I still don't have access to the Mists of Pandaria beta, but that's ok. I hear the content at the moment is pretty sparse and you get through it rather quickly. So Blizzard can make up for it by giving me access later so I have more to do. I have a feeling this request may actually get heard. Speaking of the beta though, a few days ago MMO champion showcased the new jewel crafting mounts which will be available. Before I comment on them take a look at them.

Now I know it is beta and models are not final, but really? I understand they are jewel crafting mounts and they want them to look as if they were carved out of jewels. At least that is what I would hope they were going for looking like this, but really? They look as if they are bringing Thundercats back from the dead in the worst way possible. I really can't stop looking at them and thinking "really?". Maybe it is just me though, but really? I honestly have no idea what to say. Maybe someone else has a better way to describe them so I am not at such a loss for words.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Diablo III Development Video

First off for those of you who haven't seen it. The first video was unlocked in Blizzard's develop video's for Diablo III, and here it is

The main points of this video are interesting. Why? Because they say that the game is pretty much complete and are just working on polish. Also stating that they hope to have it out by the end of the year. Why would they release such a video knowing that someone somewhere would go off on them on their forums?

Well the answer to that is simple. They want people to talk about the game, they also want their audience to know what happened or at least want them to know parts of what happened so there is a reason the game was delayed over 5 months. They're trying to get you interested in the story of how the game was developed and this is a great hook. They want you to be asking, "If they were talking like this over a year ago, what happened?" So don't be raging like crazy because they didn't keep to the little internal deadline they set themselves. They want to give you a glimpse into the development process of a game that may very well be one of the best if not the best ARPGs there will be.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

You Fail At Complaining About Battle net If...

Fail Day. Yes it is that time again. Oh how much I have been looking forward to doing this Fail Day for some time. It just seemed something else came up and I just had to make sure that got done. So what is it that I am so excited about? Well Battle net. Seems weird, but if you have been reading anything on forums or gaming websites you know exactly what I am talking about. So here it goes.

You Fail At Complaining About Battle Net If...

  • You think Battle Net should be more like Facebook, if you want Facebook go on Facebook.
  • You blame Blizzard for your lack of friends
  • You want to log on a game to not play the game, but to sit in a chat room
  • You feel a chat windows size is the make it or break it feature of a game
  • You want to be automatically placed in a channel you were in the last time you were logged on because it is a difficult task for you to join the same channel again
  • You feel it should be easier to bother people endlessly while they are playing the game they logged on to play
  • You enjoy paying $60 for a game you will never play
  • You want to be able to report people endlessly because it makes you feel like you are actually important
  • You complain chat channels are "ghost towns" but you never join them in the first place
  • You believe games should be delay just to satisfy your social networking aspirations
  • You are one of the those people who has a nervous breakdown when you realize someone removed you from Real ID
  • You believe people should be forced into a channel when logging in just so it gives the appearance of them being full.

and finally

  • You don't think I realize they could be better, but I don't make it my life goal to make sure they are.
There you have it this week's edition of Fail. Hope you enjoyed it!

Monday, April 9, 2012

Rabbit Stew

It is Monday and a holiday here in Canada so I do get to sit back and relax. That doesn't mean I should take the day off because I know a lot of you don't get the pleasure of a holiday today. I also know you come here for a laugh to help get you through the day. In that spirit I decided to go with a Machinima on this Machinima Monday that is a tribute to the holiday. This is older, but how can you not love an Oxhorn machinima? So here is Rabbit Stew.

Happy Easter Monday!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Best Video Game Quotes

So here I was thinking what I was going to write about today. When I realized I had not done a list of some sort in a long time. So long I cannot even remember the last time I did one. I then got to thinking what could I actually do a list on? Well why not think of as the best video game quotes of all time. These are not just going to be ones that I think are funny, because really there are tons of those. These are going to be ones that even even you didn't play the game the words behind them, and what they have become cannot be argued. So here are 10 in no particular order.

"Do a barrel roll" - Star Fox 64

This quote although meant at the time to be a hilarious. A plane doing a barrel roll? Has taken on a life of its own over the years. There has been songs and videos created in tribute over and over. Some people don't even known where the quote came from in the first place.

"Finish Him!" - Mortal Kombat

Is there a line in any fighting game that is more iconic? Regardless if you have ever played a Mortal Kombat game or if you despise Mortal Kombat with a passion you know, and realize this line in gaming's history

"I used to be an adventurer like you, then I took an arrow to the knee." - Skyrim

Now I know how people may feel about this particular line, but there is no arguing the life it has taken on. It has become a cult in its own right and I do not think that can be discounted.

"The Cake is a Lie" - Portal

The Portal series itself is full of quotes that no one will soon ever forget. I have always found though this one has stuck out more than any other. Who knows maybe it has something to do with it being written on a wall right beside a corpse. Regardless this is one I really don't think anyone can argue against.

"All right chums, time's up let's do this...LEEROOOOOOOOOOOOY JEEEEEEENKIIIIIIIINS!!!!!!" - WoW

When sitting right thinking which line I should choose from WoW. I was stuck on trying to determine what is the line that sticks out in everyone's head. The thing is it is not something an NPC said, but a moment in history which will never be forgotten.

"I dreamt I was a moron" -Final Fantasy VIII

You could have played every Final Fantasy game ever made over and over. There will be quotes that will be epic in nature, well spoken, evil, charismatic, but there will only be one quote where when it was said you laughed for hours, and agreed with the character wholeheartedly.

"Stay awhile and listen" - Diablo

Oh Deckard Cain what would the world be like if you never existed? I honestly believe if everyone started talking to people like this more people would listen because they would think what was coming next would have to do with Diablo.

"Thank you Mario, but our princess is in another castle" -Super Mario Brothers

If you have ever played a video game you know who Mario is, and you know that his damn princess gets captured at every possible moment. This to me may even be the most memorable video game quote in history.

"You're an inspiration for birth control" - Duke Nukem

Duke has had plenty of lines over the years, but I think this is one of those ones you wish you could scream out in public more often then not. For this reason it is the one that makes the list.

"My life for Aiur" -Starcraft

Starcraft being a series that has taken joke lines from comedians, other games, or anything really. This I believe is something which will always be remembered. No matter how much you hate the zealot, you were happy when he warped in and said it.

There you have it. Think you know some better. I am sure you will let me know!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

What's In A Name?

Today we are going to talk about the Diablo III collectors edition. Why? Well if you already knew why, why would you read this post?

To get on topic it's simple. For those that are unaware, the Collectors Edition does come with a lot of cool stuff. Also I am one of those people that I do like to have the collectors edition, but I wouldn't shell out an extra $40 for something if I didn't like multiple things which came with it. So this post has nothing to do with how much it costs or if it is worth it. That is completely beside the point. So please let's not clog up the comments or my inbox with how Blizzard is gouging people with the cost of the CE.

Now since that is out of the way, let's talk about the exclusive dyes, which come with the collectors edition. These are dyes which can be used on your armor which are bottomless and only available to CE buyers. Now these are the names and descriptions of the dyes themselves

Bottled Cloud
The gentle wind of the heavens cools the air, infusing the area with a soft glow

Bottled Smoke
An eerie howl emanates from within as creeping shadows spill forth.

Now reading this descriptions I would think that this would imply more than just the colours. I also don't think I am the only one. In fact though it was confirmed by Bashiok that it is just a grey colour or a white colour. Now this would be fine with me if it is just their way of making something simple sound epic. Now you may or may not know that when you dye an item putting it on the auction house removes the dye colour. As it should in my opinion, but you can dye something and drop it in front of you for someone else to pick it up. This for some reason will apply to the CE edition dyes as well. So people who didn't get the CE can get the dyes. Even if it is a more difficult way of doing it, they still can. This cannot be intended. CE content should just be that, and this really bugs me even if it is just the colour of your armor. That really isn't the point of it at all. The fact of the matter is if you tell the public something is CE exclusive make it that way, don't let something like this happen.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

You Fail At Complaining About The Inferno Change If...

Fail Day! It is that time again, everyone's favourite day of the week. Why you ask? Well who doesn't like a day where you are either made to look like a fool or can point and laugh at people for no other reason then for your own enjoyment. See it all makes sense doesn't it! Today I decided to go into the world of Diablo and how some people are so up in arms about a change made to the highest difficulty of the game. So instead of going on about that let's get to it.

You Fail At Complaining About The Inferno Change If...

  • You are just complaining for the sake of complaining
  • You never had a chance in killing Inferno in the first place
  • You start your argument with "I played Diablo I and II for years"
  • You some how believe this will make less people want to complete it
  • You wanted an easier end boss so that you could brag easier
  • You believe this is the reason PvP will not be released with the game
  • You think people weren't going to find easy farming spots in the old version
  • You weren't going to make it that far with your character anyway. Since you believe you are awesome and would play hardcore and die repeatably in normal mode
  • You think this is a conspiracy so that they can delay the release of the game
  • You disapprove of anything that requires thought
  • You are still complaining there is no Pally Class
  • You disagree with anything only tested by Blizzard internally because you have been complaining for the beta to be longer since it began
  • You think they did this because they couldn't get it to work how they wanted to

and finally

  • You believe you know what is best for the game even though it isn't out and no one other then Blizzard employees has seen Inferno
There you have it this week's edition of Fail! Hope you all enjoyed it and are pumped for the release of Diablo III on 05/15/12 as much as I am.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Pandaria Postcard

Monday! And what better way to be disappointed on a Monday then realize you still haven't received a Mists of Pandaria Beta invite? Well to all of you that are in the same boat as myself I think it is worth mention that Olibith has done something that will not only help us get over that at least for the time during watching it, but he will also perfectly qualify himself for Machinima Monday. You know that post in the week where I showcase a Machinima. Now there is nothing like a super story or out of this world camera work so don't expect that. Think of it as just as the title says a Video Postcard. So without making you wait any longer here it is

Hope that dulls your beta blues for a little longer.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Ask Gauss

Sunday! Yes it is that day again. The day where we realize that although our weekend is still around it is coming  to a close, and the dreaded Monday is only around the corner. But, let's forget about that and remember that today is Sunday and with that comes Ask Gauss. The post of the week where I answer questions sent to me throughout the week. So why don't I do it.

Now this way seem weird, but I know Ask Gauss is on Sunday, which is April first so I want to know which April fools joke of Blizzard was your favourite?

Well that is simple the Zergotchi was brillant in everyway. If you haven't seen it you can check it out by clicking on this link. Sometimes I wonder though how much though goes into these. Do the developers sit around a table and think this stuff up? And if that is the case how long does this take? Now I know they are funny and great for a laugh, and sometimes in the future things can be made out of them. Look at the Panderen for example. They started out as an April Fools joke for Warcraft III. Just makes you think if Blizzard is actually seeing how far they can go and this is why they actually put a good amount of effort into these.

Inferno Difficulty has been changed, and what are your thoughts?

For those who didn't know. The original plan for Diablo IIIs Inferno difficulty was that after you reached Level 60 you would be able to complete the game now in such a way that the minimum monster level in Inferno was 61. Also the original plan was that they challenge would remain the same throughout all of Inferno. This has been changed so that there is also a difficulty curve going through Inferno. Meaning that it won't start as hard as it was, but it will finish harder. They feel this will make people want to finish all of inferno not only for the challenge, but also for the fact that the best gear will now drop in late Inferno. Now it has also been stated that Inferno will still be extremely difficult in all cases and won't be for the everyday player.

I am all for a harder challenge especially one that doesn't seem stagnant, which I think would be the case with a constant difficulty. Think of it this way. If it is not getting any harder why am I going to push myself and not just do the bosses I know over and over again? For the risk there is no reward, but now there is reward and an even greater challenge. I look forward to dying constantly attempting this.

What you hoping for this week?

Could really go for some Lindor Easter Chocolate.

There you have it. Questions answered for the week, and be sure not to fall victim to some April Fools pranks.