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August 3, 2010

Last night, Garnam said to me< “I really ought to download some add-ons.”

It’s true.

He has Omen.

That’s it.  Nothing else.  Just Omen.

I would say that I don’t know how he’s gotten this far with just Omen, but that would be a lie.  He sits close enough to me when we play that he can hear my computer scream, “Run away, little girl!  Run away!”

Of course, this does zilch for those times when he’s standing in Ick’s… ick.  For that, he has <dun-dun-dun-dun> DeadlyWifeMod 1.0, who growls, “Get out of the green stuff!”

There are some things that DWM does that DBM doesn’t do.  For example, if you are still looting Garfrost and the rogue in your group facepulls a big skeleton, DWM will sound off with, “Um, you’d better get down here before we all die.”  Or, say you’re ready to run down the first, easier gauntlet in UP and someone’s straggling a little behind.  DWM will inform you, “That mage is still standing in the back of the trophy room.  She didn’t move once during the entire fight, either.”

In some cases, DWM (or DHM, whichever mod you have installed) even comes with a built-in party-speak translator so that you no longer have to wonder what, “TYFF,” means.

Yes, you could watch your minimap or the health bars of your party members, just like you could stare unblinking at the boss’ cast bar to see if he’s about to crush you.  Why waste your focus on that when you could be concentrating on holding aggro and pulling casters off of your healer?

Seriously, DWM doesn’t mind at all.  In fact, if you pull casters off of the healer, this installation of DWM becomes HappyWifeMod 1.3.

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