Life without WoW.
This living in temporary quarters is a tough thing. No real internet. Some wireless connection of mediocre signal strength and bandwidth. Seems to work fine for the gent upstairs whose wife uses the internet to videoconference with friends and family back home, but for me, I can barely load a webpage with graphics.
So I can't play WoW, unless my good friend lets me use his internet connection on an occasional basis.
Until I get my own internet again I have to find something to do.
I visit my guild's website and raid vicariously with them. (Chromaggus down!)
I work on my genealogy. Well, since it's pretty much established and the brick walls have only become even more resolute than ever, that amounts to creating the coats of arms from the blazons and importing them into the database. Every now and then a branch of a family is added.
We got Sid Meier's Pirates! for the PC before we moved. So I've played that. Eventually I retired, worn out and weakened with age, at the ripe old age of 3o-something, with the plain daughter of a Dutch governor, and, I had become a Governor myself, very rich, living the rest of my days happily and lavishly.
We then got Fable: The Lost Chapters. After 20 some hours of played time I've defeated Jack of Blades. Yes, I rescued my sister and got Avo's Tear instead of the Sword of Aeon's. I have 5 wives, including the Lady Grey, the most recent I married in Snowspire Village. With 25 Silver keys I'm about to head to the Necropolis where a small bird tells me I'll find some nice armor. At the old age of some 64, with max strength, health, and toughness, and magic, I am a killing machine. I collect legendary weapons as a hobby. :)
Once I finish Fable:TLC, Dungeon Siege II will be my next poison. My wife is playing during the day so she can clue me in.
All I can say is: Rested Experience Bonus!!!
Your bored correspondent, Kinless.