The most interesting report I can offer today is that I've been leveling my Gunslinger Y'uno little bit during the day on Coruscant, on Tiger's computer while he was at work. Originally, I meant her to be called Yuno, but the name was taken, and she ended up with Y'uno. I thought that sounded okay, she is a Twi'lek after all. With the last server transfer to the Red Eclipse, even Y'uno appeared to be taken, though. Now the poor girl is actually cryptically called Y-u'no. I'll refer to her as Y'uno here anyway.
It's a quiet time in the gaming world for me these weeks. First, the gaming laptop decided it would repeatedly show black screens when it would reach 60 ºC when we were on holiday in Sweden. We had to send it back to the factory. This means there is only one computer at home that can play Star Wars, so no flashpoints, raids or looking for our HK-parts together for Tiger and I. Secondly, my Mac is performing worse and worse at LotRO, so it becomes hard to do instances and raids without the laptop. On top of that, Tiger's burglar does so much DPS that he has driven the tanks of our kinship into despair. This means no raiding in LotRO either.
So basically I spend the evening jealously watching Tiger play lowbie PvP in Star Wars or playing Civilization with his online friends, while I rebuild Hythbold or something. Quite frankly, I'm bored to death. There aren't many other options for me without the gaming laptop, and it suddenly occurs to me how much I've gotten used to a bit of gaming excitement each evening. Is this what people mean when they say games are addictive?