As explained by Wikipedia
Wizard101 is a massive multiplayer online role-playing game created by KingsIsle Entertainment. Players take on the role of students of Wizardry to save the Spiral, the set of worlds in which the games is played, and battle a variety of creatures by casting spells using a turn-based combat system similar to collectible card games. Players advance in the game by accepting quests to learn new spells, gain equipment, and collect gold.

editors note:
This blog is an experiment where I’ve allowed Kelly to become her own identity, to allow her to express the game through her eyes. Treating her as a real entity just to see what she does, and allow her to find her own experience.

My name is Kelly Frostflower and I’m an ice wizard from a place called wizard city, which is one of the worlds in what we call the Spiral.

Merle is our headmaster and mentor and tells us that Ice Wizards are typically Strong, Loyal, Courageous and Honest. Famous Thaumaturges (ice wizards) include Winston Churchill, Santa Claus and Glenda. I’m not sure who Winston is but he must be a very handsome man. 🙂

I’ve found that Ice wizards are a very sturdy class of wizards with plenty of health and resist from spells or you might say resist from damage.
And that they are often blessed with beauty, good taste and sharp wit. 🙂

I love checking out the bazaar to buy and sell items, shopping for items to decorate my
home and searching for something new to wear.

There are several worlds and more being discovered constantly which makes this a very interesting place to be.

This blog is about my thoughts, adventures and travels through the Spiral.

7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. youngwomanstory
    Apr 02, 2013 @ 21:11:25

    Hi, there! 🙂 Thank you for liking my poem! Please come back for more 🙂


  2. writeonce1770
    Apr 04, 2013 @ 12:14:32

    Hey cool site! Thanks for stopping by.


  3. Ms. Vee
    Apr 04, 2013 @ 13:44:00

    Hello Kelly, I like what you have going on here. Thank you for the like on my blog. I hope you return. I will revisit your site.


  4. themofman
    Apr 08, 2013 @ 07:05:24

    Interesting experiment, Kelly.

    Thanks for taking a look at the Hammer Home Street Photography Project.


  5. Marie Rogers
    Apr 26, 2013 @ 22:07:49

    This is very interesting and looks like fun.


  6. jilrob
    Apr 27, 2013 @ 14:23:38

    Hi, Kelly
    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking it. I’m fascinated by what you are doing here!


  7. Camellia
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 21:40:56

    Thank you for visiting my site.
    Keep up your cool work!


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