Insanity Thy Name is
Mining in Glitch
Why is it that when I want to mine metal rocks (which are usually abundant) all I see are great swathes of irresistable sparkly rocks? Of late I'm crafting things like fruit-changing machines and spice grinders, so I want metal to smelt into ingots. I now have a bag groaning under the weight of sparkly - threatening to burst. And only enough metal to make about twenty plain ingots :(
The greater question would be: 'Why am I watching my toon wield a pick AT ALL?' I usually do it when I'm at a loose end, when I need to make alchemical powders, or on rare occasions as a sociable diversion. /me listens Nope, I don't have an answer.
I have so many element pouches, tools, bags, components, and so forth that my knapsack is perpetually on the verge of melting down and if it fills completely things end up on the ground where they are snapped up by passing Glitches (or like last night I fell off a rock and lost a moonstone). Perhaps mining metal will be a change for the better: less competive, less frenetic than sparkly.
If I can... just... tear myself away... from the sparkly rocks...
posted by - 3:58 PM