We finally let Pink play on a school night last night. It was the first time in months. After what she went through in November and recovering throughout December, she had decided she missed the hospital and spent the first week of January in the hospital with pneumonia. Bad Gamer Child!!!
Pink is now level 15 and we really want to get her to epic level to have her run some of the more fun raids with us. She really wants to run Fire on Thunderpeak. She sits behind one of us each Friday night and watches it like TV.
Geek Dad really wants to get her into the Shroud, heroic of course. We decided that last night was a perfect night to knock off one of the pre-req quests. We decided to try Rainbow in the Dark. We had two groups running in the Halfling Commandos which for us on a Wednesday night is AWESOME. Geek Dad and I brought out our original guild characters, Wire and Theadora, who are in our guild Torchwood. Yes, we are THAT geeky.
Rainbow went really well. I had the glow stick which required Pink to stay close and not zerg ahead. Best way to stop zerging! We ran into a problem with the jumping to the pillars over the spikes. Geek Dad had to help Pink. He reset her settings to make it easier to see and she was all set.
No deaths up to until the named beholder. I had moved up enough while pulling back the rusties to find him. Pink shouted out, “I want to get him” and ran forward.
Some lessons a parent cannot teach a child. They must learn them on their own. Running ahead towards a beholder just happens to be on that Pink learned last night.
We made it quickly to the end where I got to make sure that Pink remembered her Rainbow colors. She did the puzzle on her own. I popped in the glow stick. The end boss showed up and was quickly dispatched!
Recalled and sent Pink off to bed. She is still building back up her endurance and needs the rest.
All in all…..a good night to be had.
***For those who remember, I had stated that I would give a full update on what happened with Pink in November. I have written it down but hesitate to post for two reasons. One, she is almost 13 and is media aware. The other, well….let’s say she should not have been allowed to get so sick. She had her appendix removed on Nov 3. November 11, she had to have four hours of emergency surgery to save her life from multiple stomach abscesses and sepsis. After we brought her back to the hospital twice between Nov 8 and Nov 10th and were sent home. Then she got pneumonia in January. Those are the bare bones of it. We are super happy that she is almost back to full health. She lost a lot of weight and is gaining it back slowly. Hopefully within the next few weeks, she can return back to everything she enjoyed.***