I probably spend most of my time in online and multi-player games. I just have more fun participating in a world with other people than by myself in a single player game!
World of Warcraft
Rhianon (main) – First rolled when BC came out and my raiding main in 10/25-man BC content, but didn’t become my main character for RP/PvE/Raid until Wrath. In character, probably the sweetest and most socially awkward character I’ve ever created. I blame growing up in the backwaters of Zangarmarsh.
Anatevka – Was originally a blood elf holy priest (Tanaquil) and my Horde main in BC. Now alternates between shadow, discipline and holy specializations, depending on my mood. No-nonsense Argus native who appreciates the finer things in life.
Gilberte – Was originally a blood elf prot paladin (Nealie). Tanked Karazhan ONCE back in the day! Holy mostly right now. She writes romance novels. Excessively.
My Rift sub is somewhat up in the air right now as I don’t play it very much, but do enjoy it when I’m in the mood.
Sherwoode – Mathosian Cleric who alternates between tanking and support healing. Still leveling her when I’m not in the mood to play WoW!
Andriona – A retired Defiant mage who was supposed to be a chloromancer healer type but ended up getting pigeonholed into alternating between Archon (debuffer) and Pyro damage-dealing. Do not like.
Gooseberry – Hobbit minstrel who is stuck in the Trollshaws. Such a pretty game but I really struggle getting into it these days.
Single Player/Off-Line Games
Don’t play these as much, but occasionally I’ll load up Steam and launch one.
The Sims 3
Casual Games (time management, hidden object)
I am the Queen of Time Management Games. I somehow excel at micromanaging a hundred different tasks at once. I play these games pretty regularly, usually on my iPad when I’m relaxing in bed. Right now, I’m working on Mystery Case Files: The 13th Skull.