I mean me personally I like Dates where you get to know someone, so taking a Night Elf roller skating would be a great way to get a sense if she has any sense of balance, or placement in her movements, and if not it's a great excuse to act as a guide building that trust if she has the spirit for having a little fun and trying something new too.
Otherwise if she takes to it like a fish to water, then you got exercise and can show you know how to move.
Like Huldra: OT: Blood elf =D In Christianity elves where turned into wicked creatures that did mischief, and having one sitting on you while sleeping meant you would have nightmares Even the word "mare" in nightmare is nordic for a mischievous elf or "vette".
Like Huldra: [IMG][/IMG] OT: Blood elf =DThat is pretty damn cool, I think learning actual lore is pretty damn cool, going all the way back to the Babylonians and researching everywhere from the Greek Pagan Gods, to even small little tribes of Abrahamic faiths.
A very simple game to get into, and one that anyone can appreciate.
You'll assume the role of Edwin, who later becomes Elfmin, on a 10-scene quest to try and find your girlfriend while battling off vicious enemies...
A tie for blood elf and high elf for me, but I voted for high elf because they'd blend in more easily without the glowing green eyes.
Several published volumes of prose fiction also share the same setting.
Adult content in their games tends to be rather softcore; several Elf titles have been ported to console systems with adult scenes removed.
Elf's most popular games are the dating adventure Dōkyūsei (1992) and its sequels and spin-offs, as well as the role-playing game series Dragon Knight, the third installment of which has been officially translated into English and released in Western countries.
This story continued the Elfquest tale started in Fantasy Quarterly.
Later, the Pinis' company Wa RP Graphics would reprint the story from Fantasy Quarterly as Elfquest #1 with a new front cover and full color portrait print for the rear cover.