For anyone who’s followed me on things outside of this blog, you’ll know that I’ve been playing the MOBA Smite competitively for the better part of a year. As of yesterday, that ended. My Smite career is over, at least competitively. I figured I’d talk a bit about my experience as well as what this means for the future.
But, for those of you who don’t want to read about my gaming experiences, I figure I should probably just tell you upfront what this means for my blog. In short, I have a lot more free time, which means that I should be able to blog more again. I don’t know for certain how much more, as I’m still busy with school among other things, but the lack of Smite has freed up a good 4-6 hours a day for me to do other things, including cartoons and blogging, though probably not exclusively that. I think it’s likely that after I get settled into a new schedule I should at least be able to do something like 1 to 2 posts a week again, though I don’t want to promise anything other than that there will be more posts and more frequently.
Feel free to skip the rest of the article now, for all you non-gaming fans out there.