Why “Cook 10 Rats?” Our name is a nod to the common MMO schtick to send questing players out to “kill 10 rats” (ie: kill X monsters for Y quest task). So we are collecting a raiding party of gamers who cook to join us on food adventures, quests, and inventory management “in real life!” We’re gamers and homemakers; we’re crafters in our games and in real life. It all comes together on the perpetual quest we call life!
A gamer, a mother, and a mother of gamers. Writer, copy-editor, micromanager. My opinions are my own.
Ann was introduced to online gaming back during the reign of MUDs, and even met her husband of over a decade through a MUD called 3 Kingdoms. In March of 1999, a little game called EverQuest whisked her up with its valuable cracked staff and life has been a crazy MMO ride ever since. She still plays EverQuest and EverQuest II, and occasionally pops in to adventure on Rift, Guild Wars 2, and Landmark. Outside the MMO-world, Ann enjoys many RPGs such as the Elder Scrolls, Dragon Age, Diablo, and the Wizardry series, strategy games such as Banished, Tropico 4 & 5, the Civilization and Total War series, Sims 3 & 4, the Assassin’s Creed series, her monthly tabletop D&D sessions, and more.
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A gamer and homemaker from the northlands. Customer Service Specialist at Space Ape Games.
While she played some original Dungeons & Dragons in elementary school, Amy didn’t get earn her gamer card until her then-boyfriend Jack got her thoroughly hooked on EverQuest before he proposed to her. Thirteen years, two kids, and many universes later, Amy’s still Norrathian at heart, and still married to Jack! She also likes cats and so-called casual games.