I -thought- half a mouthful of plain water might have hit the keyboard when I inadvertently sneezed mid-consumption last night.
No visible spillage or seepage. Nothing seemed to be wrong, so I shrugged, shut the computer down and went to sleep.
Woke the next day to discover that three keys had stopped working: Z, N and the space bar.
That’s my heal, RP walk, and you-know-what…
Decided against plan B: get creative with keybinds in favor of plan A: forget GW2 and go out to buy new keyboard.
All liquids, not just sticky or sweet ones, are now banned from the vicinity of the computer.
A moment of silence, please, for my faithful Logitech G15 version 1, that lasted a good seven years or more.
Decided to get with the times and try the mechanical Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth instead. I kinda miss the LCD (which I mostly used as a glorified clock/calendar), but the Cherry MX Brown keys are quite the new and enjoyable tactile experience, not too clicky, not too squishy, but juuust right. YMMV.
It would be the epitome of vanity to tell you that one of the first things I did was to switch the color of my Razer mouse backlight from blue to green, just to match the new keyboard.
So I won’t.
2 thoughts on “This Would Have Been Less Urgent, If I Had Been Playing GW1”
Ah, I recently had a keyboard death to water… right as the Great Jungle Wurm event was starting when I was with TxS. keyboard fritzed, keys were inputting entirely different things than they were meant to. Tried to alt-tab for a moment but alt put my PC in sleep mode.. so no event for me!