I am a lifelong geek. I got my first console (a superNES!) when I was 10. A gameboy with Tetris at 13 and my first PC with dial-up connection a couple of years later.
That’s where things derailed. I got a job, money to spend and a hole in my pocket. What follows is a succession of Playstations, X-boxes and a Wii. 
But these days I seem to be completely satisfied with a good gaming PC and a serial addiction to mmo rpg’s. 


October 30, 2022
Evil Jacks lurking around every corner and eerie lanterns shimmering beautifully... it's Halloween time again.

November 23, 2021
A trip down memory lane! Almost 2 years of seasonal fun and our alt combo's getting their graduation certificates.

December 28, 2020
It’s sweater weather with beautiful snowfall. Suma and Sage are enjoying winter holidays in game..

November 20, 2020
Scyroco Jadefyre and TrueSimp (if the shoe fits, haha) Klassika, got their certificate. Eventually !

November 07, 2020
Hallow’s End is a wonderful event in Black Desert Online. All the towns and cities turn into Burton-inspired venues, decorated with pumpkins, creepy dolls and halloween props.

November 6, 2020
There lives a tale in the faraway lands of O’dylitta. It is told, for many generations, that a ghost roams the eerie heart of Thornwood. One believes she strays only at night.


When Vixxie becomes Sumanhi. Or Loa. 


In the Blizzard universe, Sumanhi is a Night Elf restoration druid in World of Warcraft and a wizard/crusader in Diablo III. In Hots, she commands Lunara and Malfurion and she occasionally flips a deck of cards in Hearthstone. In Black Desert Online, Sumanhi is a kick ass Witch (and part-time Lahn/Guardian/Shai), a horse breeder, knowledge hunter and a very annoying pacifist in a world full of pvp battling. When Suma is not in reach of a PC, she’s probably playing Candy Crush Soda on phone. Or sleeping with the cats.


Played by over 20 million Adventurers, BDO is an open-world, action MMORPG set in a realistic medieval fantasy world where you can experience intense, action-packed combat, fight alongside friends to siege castles, and train in professions such as fishing, trading, crafting, cooking, …! But the one things that drew me in and kept me hooked is the shear beauty of the game. Even on the lowest of the low settings, which is about what my 7 year old gaming PC can muster these days, the game scenery is simply breath-taking. A lot of hours have been spent making screenshots and scrapbooking together wonderful memories made. Reaching the highest tier bracket is a process that spans several years, but fortunately they have a very alt friendly approach where most gear is easily transferred so unless you have a die hard main character, dabbling on alts and clearing lower tier content is still incredibly satisfying. Unlike other games such as WOW, where a new alts are complete wet noodles that require a lot of help from friends to get to a certain playable level, alts in BDO are basically ready to go after leveling up. And best of all? I can take a two month break, come back and still feel relevant.


WoW is an online roleplaying game where players from around the world assume the roles of heroic fantasy characters like elves, trolls, orcs and dwarves…. and explore a virtual world full of magic and endless adventure. For 18 years already, I’ve been a restoration druid. I currently play a Zandalari horde on Twisting Nether EU, keeping everyone alive on Loa and a small arsenal of healer alts. On Alliance side, my druid Sumanhi is in a temporary state of hibernation. It’s pretty fair to assume I’ve healed a lot. And then some. I raid competitive semi-hardcore mythic content two nights a week. And I collect pets. I used to be a very active WoW player, dipping my toes in all the available content and getting the achievements to show for it, but I must admit that my interest in wow has been on a slow decline. A bit like the collagen on my face, really. After almost two decades, I guess it’s become very hard to be pleasantly surprised by the content that Blizzard puts out sporadically. A lot or recycled content, too which then gets stretched into time like a milk cow on its last legs. Yeah, Wow is not tickling my pickle much these days. Still, 18 years of my life is well worth an honourable mention on this blog.


“Me and My Epic Wood”, aka my previous blog, is no more. Well it hasn’t been a thing for nearly a decade now. 

I kept it online, albeit inactive for the past years. For Nostalgic purposes. Because I still somehow hoped I would some day be able to finish that healing guide. Except we are just about 4 expansions later now. And I had that awesome Project Lore I was working on with friends. Well the lore is still there but the friends moved on. It’s about time that I moved on as well. No one needs outdated druid colour charts from good old Vanilla times, no matter how great the images were. I’m letting go, and I cherish nothing but lovely memories.

 My game blog was a journey. It was as much an outlet for my flustered mind, as it was a search for the person behind the words. And it was a combination of real life getting me on a tighter leash, wanting to attack other non-game-related themes and having been under scrutiny by a bunch of mean twats for paraphrasing content that made me lose the motivation to write for a long time. The blog went comatose.

Then Twitch happened, and gamers became more interested in tittie streams (or shaming tittie streams) than in reading blogs. Youtube and monetizing the gaming industry happened and then finally Discord happened. All the awesome guides and conversation disappeared in neatly categorized channels and pins. And that’s okay because times change. Gamers change.
And the gamergirl behind “Me and My Epic wood” changed too. 



You’re an interesting one. I wonter if your friends know what you truly are. 

September 2, 2020
Daiyu ' the Lahn' Jadefyre and Pyrrow 'the Wizard' Klassika got their graduation certificate ! We are SO proud of our children lol !! 

September 1, 2020
The mysteries of summer sounded really cool: A secret quest line to puzzle out & figure out mechanics in different stages. Fun, no?

August 29, 2020
No sir, we do not roleplay, not at all. Nuh - uh! Roleplay is for weebs. But I guess role play kind of just has a way of sneaking up on you 🙂

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