Saturday, October 31, 2015
Friday, October 16, 2015
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Sunday, July 12, 2015
History never repeats.
It all started back in NeverWinter Nights 2002, whilst visiting a large town, in a rather tough part of the world. We were novice adventurers, ill-prepared, and desperately needed to rest up, restock before heading back into the wilds. In the middle of the town square, was a large benevolent gold dragon. Let's just say they don't take kindly to having their pockets picked, nor did the townspeople react favorably to having their guardian being angered. We had to flee that town - never to return.
(I think we may have all later died of starvation, due to poor equipment and provisions - my memory is a little fuzzy)
I don't known what Craig has done here (pictured above), but the villagers all seem to want a piece of him.
(I wish I had taken a picture of that Gold Dragon - whilst he was still friendly.)
Map reading is a dying art, as is knowing the points of a compass.
Here's me reading the map, I love maps, I love working out where to go, and how to get there.
There may be impassable obstacles, dangerous encounters, or loot laden locations, or shops to cash in the loot you already have, so you need to plot a considered course... "Where did everyone go?"
Saturday, July 11, 2015
Elder Scrolls Online
What if someone said to you, "Jump, and you'll receive a boon" - would you?
What if that same someone jumps, and says "See it's easy" - would you follow?
What if your name was "Sturnim the Brave" - surely you must, right?
What if you miss the water...
(Note the sidebar, with the health stats)
The Secret World
No traffic here, no police required, but you may need a shotgun to deal with the zombies trying to get your autograph.
I suppose this makes me Lennon, Craig Ringo, Gary McCartney, and Dave is Harrison.
Craig truly is the master of climbing.
Here's me, looking up, and saying something like "How'd you get up there?", and Craig saying something like "It's easy, I'll show you". Always wanting to help is our Craig. But without fail the student will always disappoint the master. If this was Kung Fu, that old TV series from the 70's,
"When you can take the pebble from my hand, it will be time for you to leave." Grasshopper would be an old man by now.