30 Days of ARPil · Video Games

Days 12, 13, and 14 of 30 Days of ARPil: Eorzea and Chill

In this month long series, I wanted to introduce readers old and new a little more into the life of Pizzamaid.moe’s Muse and Mascot, Alisha Rue. I encourage any folks from all walks of life and games to join me if you’re looking for a creative outlet into writing, and developing your OC a little more, regardless of game or genre. Be sure to hashtag your posts on your respected site / blog / Tumblr / Twitter with #30DaysofARPil and let me know here in the comments below or on Twitter at @Pizzamaid

Also know that the questions compiled for this series was originally posted by Oslusiadas of Tumblr. I’d like to properly credit them for posting this. 🙂 

Question 12: How is your character with technology? Super savvy or way behind with the times? Letters or email?


Hmm… I have a two part answer to this question. In relation to the rest of the population? I’m pretty average with technology. She knows the basics of technology and can communicate by way of E-mail, SNS, text as well as the traditional snail mail. Plus I’ve had my fair share of mechanical glitches with my Magitek, Maggie, so I self taught myself how to fix it. Many thanks to watching SagoliiTube videos for that one! /thumbs up.

Now with regards to my family? Oh man— I am a computer genius! My family is old school in many practices and technology is easily one of them. If it was my mother’s way, she’d send mail by casting Aero II to the recipient and hoping it doesn’t hurt all that much.

Question 13: What does your character’s bed look like when he/she wakes up? Are the covers off on one side of the bed, are they all curled around a pillow, sprawled everywhere? In what position might they sleep?


I’d love to set up this vision that laying under a big, neatly folded, fluffy canopy bed lies a beautiful Miqo’te female sleeping like a beauty under the covers…

… but that would be a bold faced lie! Haha.

I think it’s described that I am a “rugged” sleeper. I toss and turn a lot at night because I seems to emulate a lot of heat at night (insert hot pun here) so it’s very common for me to rotate her pillows at night so that I’m sleeping on the cold side, pushing off the covers in the middle of night, then throwing them back on in the early morning, etc. Unless I’ve just returned from a long adventure that’s about the only time that I’m SO EXHAUSTED that I just pass out and wake up in the same position I slept in. Nine out of ten times also the same clothes.

I’m no sleeping beauty, but once I finally wake up I got a cute bed head look going for her. While my mate S’pharin is not the biggest fan of my constant turning and tossing around he can’t help but smile and kiss my nose with a lion’s mane of hair all over my face.

Question 14: How does your character react to temperature changes such as extreme heat and cold? 


I’m a bit of a whiner when it comes to change in temperature. Having been born and raised in the Sagolii Desert a good deal of my life, my earlier experiences going into Coerthas, Ishgard, and adventuring in those parts didn’t really prime or prepare me for the weather.

A slight adjustment or change to varying degrees of heat or cold I can acclimate myself to so autumnal temperatures or spring as a whole I’m perfectly fine with, but from one extreme to the another? Oh no. That is a surefire number one way for me to come down with a cold and at least once a year I’ll come down with sickness for a few days.

Coincidentally its those same days S’pharin also winds up working overtime on the field with duties and leves! Haha. That’s only half true though; he’s usually the first person to get medicine and help me get back to full health.

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