Let me tell you, the wilds of Fallout 76 aren’t a place for nerf guns and slingshots. When you’re facing down deathclaws and up-armored robots, you’re going to want to pack heavy-hitting artillery. That’s what keeps you around for the next sunrise.
Our headlining picture is Rafael staying alive for another day: “Let me you introduce you to my best friend, my rifle named Vera. She is always there when I need her, you know?”
“Elder Scrolls Online has rekindled my passion for MMOs as of late,” said Ghostmourn. “I’ve got this awesome level 23 Argonian N.B. healer. It is the first toon in ESO that’s really clicked with me. He has a problem though — he steals everything that’s not nailed down!”
Problem… or advantage?
When it comes to Final Fantasy XIV, things that normal people might find terrifyingly creepy are called “cute” and “adorbs” in context. I don’t know what you’d think if you had a bunch of albino cat nightlights jumping out at you from the dark, but I’d wet my pants.
Random MMO Fan’s pantaloons remained remarkably dry during this encounter with a Moogle troupe band putting on a show.
“MapleStory 2 technically is/was/will cease to be an isometric MMO,” said Hikari, “though sometimes it was hard to tell. I didn’t play it enough, but I’ll miss being able to log in for a pick me up as my Berzerker angrily tends to her crops, plays video games, or sips cider.”
And back in Elder Scrolls Online, Hurbster is bringing over a gift basket to a giant murder-lizard. You think murder hornets are bad? Think about if crocodiles could fly, were sixteen times larger, and had acid reflux!
For this week’s challenge, go people watching in an MMO and take a photo of someone striking other than yourself. What caught your eye about this player?