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Updating and Adjustments

My Blog continues to grow and flex with me.

First, I updated its name from the goofy moment of amusement that was the blogs birth into something that reflected what it actually was.

Today, I decided to switch the character the blog is focused on. Chella Ranier is whom I started with. However, she has become a support character over the months. While she does not fade into the background, she is not the character that does everything and talks to everyone.

So, I changed the blog's 'person' to adequately reflect what is being said. While Chella is a valuable character to me, she is not what defines me as a player anymore. She is not the social hub of my game. Over the next few days I will tweak and clean things up.

After I met my pirates, I made Sugar with the intent to learn to PvP with her. I've done that but as my entire game changed from my initial vision, so has the dynamics of what character I play the most. Sugar is the one who is making the impact in the game. Also, things like my killboard will be easier to find and make more sense to people.

Sugar is also only 3 weeks younger then Chella, so time wise, I've pretty much been playing them both nonstop since I started. When I hadn't logged Chella on for the last week because I hadn't needed her, I realized that it was time to switch them out and focus the blog a bit better on who is actually speaking.

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