I’m a 24-year-old chronic overanalyzer living on the east coast of the United States. For fun, I enjoy living beyond my means, drastic hair changes, and nursing my caffeine addiction.
I’ve been playing World of Warcraft since Vanilla, during which my main was a mage that I masochistically PVPed to Rank 10 in my spare time and time I should’ve been doing something else. It occasionally feels worth it when I play her in LFD groups and someone inevitably asks, “where u get that title?”, as it conjures up fond memories of my glory days of kiting warriors and frost nova-ing my way to caps. It’s all been downhill from there.
I didn’t play for most of The Burning Crusade, but towards the end I mained a discipline priest that I took with me into Wrath of the Lich King. After I grew bored of playing her (or, more accurately, after I recognized how much I despised my DPS spec), I leveled up a druid that I’ve been playing ever since.
Sunflowers are an annual plant native to the Americas. Also relevant: Sunflowers is a tauren druid on the Wyrmrest Accord (US) realm. Although I initially played her as restoration, lately I’ve been dabbling in balance as well.
Most recently in-game, I’ve been working on (read: whining about) Loremaster, 1 FPSing my way through certain LFR encounters, and hopping in concentric circles around Orgrimmar.