So, a few days I bought a Black Cat pet from the Hallowe'en vendor and it's pretty cool looking. It's a nice Hallowe'en themed pet to go along with the 'everyday' pets that have a hallowe'en vibe to them: the Black Spider, krokomummy, ghoul, the assorted ghosts and the Wraith.
But I think KI missed an important part of Hallowe'en: Costumes. I know, we can dress our wizards up a bit. Where are the pets wearing costumes? I'll leave the possibilities up to you, guys.
But where, oh where, is the Ninja Pig dressed as Fat Elvis?
I bought a new house today, the Imperial Palace, but I'm not wholly satisfied with it. The yard is great and has lots of space but the amount of space inside is insulting for the amount you have to pay. Looking back, I haven't been wholly satisfied with any of the houses I've bought. The Wooded Cottage was nice, but is altogether too small. The Metropolitan Manor again too small for my tastes. The Royal Estate isthebest so far. the inside is a nice size and the yard is pretty good, but most of it is taken up by the river. I'll sit on the Palace for a few days and if I still don't like it I'll move back into the Royal Estate.
I don't really have a good answer for why I don't like them altogether. I guess it's just the all too common thought of "I can do it better." I don't know if I could do anything that others would prefer, but I know that I could do something that I would like better.
These past few days, I've been doing the area around Shoshun Village. I've just finished up Cave of Solitude and Kishibe Village, and I can honestly say that I won't miss them even one tiny bit. The Cave had that bottleneck in the middle of the map that made questing incredibly tedious. Kishibe Village wasn't bad geographically, but having to defeat 16+ Balance mobs for two quests soured me on the whole area. As a balance Wizard, I don't have the highest damage around and facing mobs that can resist and weaken my attacks slows me down even more.