So I worked on that mmo for a long time, the one called Wildstar I mentioned in an earlier post. I learned a lot from working there but I was not happy with how things were. When I started it was pretty awesome as a first job and lots of things were super amazing but towards the end it had changed so much I couldn’t really enjoy the small things anymore. I was becoming very burnt out on dealing with everything. It just wasn't a culture for me and wasn't the game for me. After all I don't play traditional mmo's anyways. I don't see the appeal to them as games. Not to say they are bad games, just preference in the end. I still think the game looks awesome and Cory Loftis's style is so amazing that it deserves its own big budget movie and I bet in like 6 years from now we'll see one too. But as for places I could be going to I couldn't be happier. It was a bit of a surprise to me but some of the best news I’ve had in a long time, a really long time. I worked really hard and didn’t give up. I learned a ton just taking a test and when I finally had my interview I was nervous and very excited to see anything I could. You can soak up so much information from people around you, I just wanted to talk and ask so many questions but I tried to hold myself back a bit. I’m extremely impressed with what I saw and can't wait to do whatever I can to contribute to it. I am working as a "Design Technical Artist". I love that my title has both “design” and “artist” in its name, my two passions in one title. I really do feel this is a good place for me to learn, grow, and help out. I have a lot of respect for the people there and always have. I feel really nervous and lucky to get the chance to finally work with these people. So wish me luck in my new endeavors!