It’s All About Me
Hi, my name is Lilu.
I was basically a World of Warcraft player, first and foremost. You can find my original main character, Lilulicious, on Aerie Peak-US in the Convert to Raid guild, Alliance side. I also have a Lilulicious, level 90 mage, on the Horde side of Earthen Ring server, in the Bitter and Salty guild. Plus a dazzling array of alts scattered about multiple servers. My current main is Secksytimes, an Alliance BM hunter on Aerie Peak-US in the family guild, Icecream Citadel.
I say “was” a WoW player because I rarely play Warcraft these days. I enjoy MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) gaming much more than MMORPGs these days. I enjoy Heroes of the Storm (Blizzard Entertainment) and League of Legends (Riot Games) far more these days. I occasionally foray into WoW for LFRs and world events, and I dabble here and there in Hearthstone, Diablo III, Starcraft, and some sports games like Madden and FIFA on PS4.
Lilu is my nickname. It has nothing to do with the movie The Fifth Element, but is basically a name my mom started calling me, based off my real first name. I was Lilu before being Lilu was cool.
I am a busy working professional, and by busy, I mean crazy busy. I have a BS in Agriculture (Animal Science major with an Agribusiness minor) from California State Polytechnic University. I also have an AS in Computer Information Systems. I have a full time civil service career as a commercial/industrial real estate appraiser for a local government agency, working ten-hour days and braving an 90 minute (sometimes more) commute through Southern California traffic. Additionally, I’m the vice president of my labor union and a California Democratic Assembly District Delegate. This leaves me very little spare time for my hobbies.
As for hobbies, gaming is only one of them. I am a horse owner, an avid European football fan, I also dabble around with RC (radio controlled) trucks (off-road only, nitro and electric), I like movies, long walks on the beach, I like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain…