About Anexxia and the Inquisitors Roadhouse SWTOR blog

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far far away, there was a Shadow Priest who lived in Tirisfal Glades named Anexxia.

Through time and space and at the expense of many magics, there is now Anexxia, Sith Inquisitor, part of the Star Wars: the Old Republic (SWTOR) universe. And this blog is her meeting-house and her journal. Here, she shares personal essays, sometimes even in character, and guides on her favorite topics of interest, like synthweaving and vanity pets. And when she’s lucky, there are even interviews with SWTOR community luminaries. And on Thursday nights, you can find her chatting about SWTOR as one of the co-hosts of the TOR Reporter SWTOR podcast on the MMO Reporter Network.

About the gamer behind Anexxia

Outside of the SWTOR universe, I’m an experienced digital marketing communications professional. Some day, I hope to have my work life coincide with my passion around online gaming by working for a gaming or pop culture focused entertainment company as part of their marketing, social media, community management or communications team.

Getting in Touch

twitter: @anexxia
pinterest:  anexxia
google+: Inquisitor’s Roadhouse
podcast: TOR Reporter
email: justlikehoneybaby [AT] yahoo DOT com
other blog: Bible of Dreams

All content on this site is copyright @Anexxia, all rights reserved and may not be duplicated without written permission. This Star Wars: The Old Republic fan site is not endorsed by or affiliated with LucasArts, BioWare, or Electronic Arts.

Blog header photo from the free stock photography site 1photos.com.


2 thoughts on “About”

  1. The header photo is incredibly perfect for a sith inquisitor’s blog. Well done!

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