Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Vast Derp, Sep 25, 2015.
my party so far is just me and my SO :"D and he doesnt know much abt this sorta thing either ahhh
basically: choose rogue if you like drops and extra gold, warrior if you like doing damage, healer if you and your party members take a lot of damage and need health, and mage if you want buffs. if you do a lot of bosses, probably go for warrior or mage, you'll beat them a lot faster (trying to solo bosses as a rogue takes ages, it's a travesty.)
So I'm in a self improvement mood lately so I've been trying to organize and break down my tasks (when did they add the checklist feature to Dailies, I wonder?). I've been really tired this week but have enough mental energy to learn about new ways of doing things.
Also, not exactly Habitica related, but I was going to see if I could tie them together somehow and try it out, but has anyone heard of Bullet Journaling? I don't know if I'm organized enough for it yet, but a youtube video about it ended up in my ASMR queue and my interest was piqued. It seems to have a bit of a following, and the ways I've seen it done please me aesthetically, which of course makes me really want to do the same.
@Soul ive seen a fair bit of that stuff!! briefly tried to do it myself but i didnt have a good book for it and so kept putting it off :PP i found habitica was an easier replacement for bullet journaling for me tho. there's a lot of tumblr resources for it, specifically that whole studyblr community, i could probably find some good posts that i have reblogged about it if youre interested!
I just joined Habitica and I seek a party and friends to fight monsters with and such
also it's really great??? like in the past hour I folded my laundry and took a shower and ate lunch and it's all because of this website I feel so productive
I just realized that I could in theory go do extra tasks instead of just writing down the stuff I got around to.
Todos actually increase in experience value the longer you leave 'em, so yeah.
@chaoticArbiter If you're down for joining a party that already has 8 people in it (and is mid boss), I can throw you an invite if you give me your user ID.
I AM GOOD WITH THIS
I MAY have to leave the party
in order to form another party
with a friend of mine
who just joined Habitica
and needs a friend to fight monsters with
but is not on Kintsugi
and doesn't really wanna join a party with people he doesn't know
I GOT MY FRIEND ON HABITICA AND WE'RE FIGHTING A MONSTER AND IT'S GREAT
your habitica lists all look so good and organised mine's just like "PUT PANTS ON YOU FAT NASTY TRASH" x.x
i joined the kintsugi guild hello :O
Lol I mean I have one that's "Get dressed in time" and that's more or less the same thing in different words.
lol fair fair. i'm just trying to clear my to do list atm bc its all spammed up with trash i've been ignoring for a while. there's a cosplay thing on there that's over a year old :///
Well the nice thing is the longer you leave it the more XP you get for completing it.
lmao that's true. i'm gonna level up all in one go at this rate.
Any guilds have room for a lv. 18 fighter?
Guilds or parties?
Whoops, meant parties.
A thing I noticed.
If a task has been sitting in my to-dos long enough to turn red, it's probably because there's something I forgot to put on the checklist. Often something I didn't even think to count as a step.
There was a bill I needed to pay that sat there until it turned red because I did not have "gather checkbook, pen, and bill" as a step and I only remembered about the bill when I was missing either the checkbook or the pen.
I have needed to take some things to the dry cleaners for over two weeks and I haven't done it because I did not put "pile up all dry clean only clothes in a place near the door" on the checklist.
New experiment: see how many instances of "Cannot Do Task" can be reduced to "Task Specification Incomplete" and resolved.
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