next to the keyboard, a wacom intuos 3 is my main method of input; really only switching to a mouse for real-time gaming. for decades i relied heavily on the mouse, only using wacoms for design, but a few years ago i started suffering from a neuro-physiological imbalance akin to half-body carpel tunnel (being right handed, my right side of course), and just sitting for extended periods can be rather painful, let alone mousing for 10+ hours a day. as a result i began relying on the wacom more and more, and actually found the general "writing" motion to be much less taxing on the muscles along my right side. plus, i've also discovered that this organic "writing" motion fosters my creative juices much more naturally than the mouse. per consultation with some psychologists: i am also trying to code less in an attempt to overcome undesirable ocd thought patterns, focusing more on design. the massive impact that our method of preferred input/output with the world inversely has back on us is truly astounding - something i now pay more and more attention to every day.
edit: whatever's going on in that ui, it has spells, quests, and turns. color me intrigued.