One Shots: Thumbs up for justice
Even when humanity is on the brink of destruction, even when all hope is lost, it’s good to know that people will still be taking selfies and posting them to Facebook so that all friends and family members won’t forget what they look like or how important they are.
Deekay_plus brings us this Destiny 2 selfie starring… Marilyn Manson? Good to know he’s putting his musical skills to work in the techno-apocalypse. Thumbs up for justice, you scary-looking fellow!
Oh, it only gets weirder from here. Think “Willy Wonka boat ride through the nightmare dream sequence” strange. That’s just how our readers screenshot.
Continuing with the theme of emotes (driven, no doubt, by last week’s screenshot challenge), Rees Racer tells us that it’s OK to play with fire. Sometimes.
“My first experience with the Elder Scrolls games began more than 20 years ago with Daggerfall. Although I was at first rather unimpressed with ESO, I’ve come to very much enjoy the world, as the game has improved quite a lot since it’s launch more than 3 years ago. The consistent content improvements with DLC’s and the recent Morrowind expansion have really solidified it all. One of the more unique emotes is /juggleflame, and although completely unnecessary, is one I use occasionally when I step away for a few minutes. My Bosmer Nightblade apparently has some idle time with the glorious Clockwork City as a backdrop.”
When you want over-the-top emotes, there’s probably no better MMO race to handle them than Final Fantasy XIV’s Lalafell. Vincent sent us several pics of his little guy striking a pose, and just about all of them are either the cutest or most terrifying things you’ve ever seen.
You know how when you have a zit on your face and it feels massive, all you can think about is how everyone must notice and stare at that cherry when they talk to you? I wonder how Azeroth feels currently, now that it has a 500-foot sword sticking out of one of its continents.
Borghive took down the World of Warcraft’s newest raid — presumably single-handedly — and took this picture of the Silithus sword. Nah, Azeroth, it’s not noticeable at all.
Zyrusticae made a new feathery friend in Blade and Soul: “New update necessitates that I post. Here are some shots that I took. At this point I pretty much only login for a few hours at a time every now and again, completely ignoring progression. Too many games to play, not enough time…”
Now that we’re in the thick of the Christmas season, why not take a picture of your favorite MMO holiday scene — or heck, even a wintery zone that hits the spot? Let’s see them in the comments!