Dating my guild
On the in-game side, trouble also arises when Bladezz is banned from the game for using a macro (to spam expletives "a few thousand times") in the trade house.Codex uses this as an excuse to have the guild help her with her Zaboo problem.Usually, it gives the audience a recap of the previous episode and shares Codex's feelings on the subject.The video blogs appear to be outside the timeline, as she is usually wearing an outfit (typically her pyjamas) different from that in the episode itself, though some blogs take place in the time line with other characters or situations interrupting Codex.The series was purposely kept generic to avoid copyright problems and to appeal to a wider audience of massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) fans, but Day based it on her experience with a World of Warcraft addiction.Day already knew Sandeep Parikh and Jeff Lewis from Empty Stage Comedy Theatre, a Los Angeles-based comedy theatre, and their roles were written for them. After filming the first three episodes in two and a half days, they ran out of money.Zaboo confesses that his mother controls every aspect of his life besides the Internet, which she is beginning to read about. Codex comes up with a plan to bring Bladezz down, using Zaboo's stalking skills.Zaboo finds out about Bladezz's modelling career and blackmails him into giving the gold and equipment back to the Guild.
The story focuses on Codex, the guild's Priestess, who attempts to lead a normal life after one of her guild-mates, Warlock Zaboo (Sandeep Parikh), shows up on her doorstep. Seasons two through five premiered on Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace, Zune Marketplace, and MSN Video.The guild (except Bladezz) reluctantly meets up in person—for the first time—at Cheesybeards, a local restaurant, only to find out that Vork had transferred all of their in-game valuables to Bladezz's account as part of a team building strategy.If they decided to kick out Bladezz, they would lose everything.Bladezz believes Tink is romantically interested in him and begins to max out his mother's credit cards to buy her stuff, when, in fact, Tink is using him to get what she wants.
Vork is annoyed with Zaboo's lack of logic and his antics in trying to 'man-up' for Codex.
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