About

This blog is an account of adventures in Final Fantasy XI, World of Warcraft, and Final Fantasy XIV.

It was started in March 2008 by Jukor of the FFXI server Phoenix, who later went on to play WoW for a period of time before going back to FFXI for a bit. In early 2012, he began to play FFXIV earning Legacy status before burning out around Gladiator 36, upon which time he went back to FFXI. Later in that summer he gave Guild Wars 2 a try but burned out quickly due to the faster pace his guildmates leveled at, so back to FFXI it was for the Nth time.

Then soon after 2013 ticked over, he found himself in the closed beta for A Realm Reborn. The limited availability of the first and second phase left a huge void that he filled with TERA, but the combat system in it was too action-based for someone used to slower games, so once again, he went back to FFXI.

By the time ARR Beta Phase 3 came around, he had decided that would be the game for him, so the XI account got cancelled. He started ARR service on Sargatanas and was in a now-defunct Free Company called “Calm” with friends of his. However, the game became stale and he and another friend left for different games. The story does not stop here, though…

Lodestone profile: Jukor Haskell

Eventually, he returned to Excalibur and the Free Company spawned from the linkshell he was in in 1.0: Wolfpack.

Wolfpack’s site, which he helps manage, can be found at http://wolfpackfc.net/.

His WoW character currently resides on Wyrmrest Accord (Alliance), his FFXI on Phoenix, and those and all other game accounts are on hiatus.

Guildwork profile: https://guildwork.com/users/jukor

Discord ID: Jukor#7018

[The Man Behind the Character]
Name: Joshua H.
Age: 35
Location: Lilburn, GA, USA (Suburban Atlanta)
Notable Info: Played FFXI off and on from February 2004 until August 2013, moderately intellectual, mostly socially withdrawn, though somewhat friendly.

Hobbies outside of FFXI include amateur radio, general gaming, computer tomfoolery (mostly with UNIX), driving (when the price of gas permits), and anime/manga.

A bit of a stereotypical geek as it were. But, that is the badge I wear proudly.
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