As I'm sure my friends had predicted, I've decided to jump on the bandwagon and keep a blog about my Wizard 101 gaming adventures. Why, you might ask? I fail to see the reason for it myself, as everyone who plays the game goes through the same journey. Unlike most of the other players, however, I tend to go it alone (unless I absolutely need someone to help me with a dungeon or something). This is not common for Life wizards to do since we get very few attack spells in our class. But, having observed and adopted special secret techniques, I do pretty well on my own with just the help of my pet, Sir Rex. (I am so alone.) What is my technique? It's a secret, so I can't tell you. (A boatload of blades, traps, and healing spells.)
I actually have three wizards: Autumn, a level 48 Theurgist; Scarlet Lifeblood, a level 32 Pyromancer; and Jasmine Blossom, a level 8 Sorcerer. I started playing Wizard 101 in June of this year with Scarlet, and I got halfway to being a Grandmaster before realizing I hated being a Fire wizard. (See, I had this problem where I constantly died.) So I tried again with Autumn, figuring that it would be way harder to die if I had the ability to heal over and over. So far so good, just kind of sucks not having very many attacks. Autumn's secondary school is death, which stinks as a secondary school because life enemies are hard to kill. Bad choice on my part. I chose storm as a tertiary school for Autumn because it hits big even without traps and blades. After I manage to get her to Grandmaster status I will consider finishing with Scarlet. And Jasmine, oh my, Jasmine. Not sure what to do with that one. I know balance is a good school but I basically made that character as a service to my little brother and sister. I don't want to start out as a noob again after getting to such a high level :P I guess we'll have to see, after I finish with Scarlet.
Either way I may start the game over with another life wizard after I'm finished with Autumn, so that I can blog about the journey better. For now, I will simply leave you with a word of wisdom: Dragonspyre is really, really hard.