The other day I showed my kids our wedding video, and while we watched it I was reminded how much sheer work it took to get all of the elements in place for one day. Looking fabulous takes effort, money, and mountains of flowers, y’all.
Bereman? Bereman makes a good FFXIV wedding look easy peasy — and this particular union had a special meaning.
“We initially started playing together in early 2015, and meant to do this much, much earlier… but didn’t get around to it until April of this year,” Bereman said. “I suppose a picture of my real-life wife becoming my in-game wife counts as a photo of someone striking other than myself?”
Redbook took me up on the challenge of trying to take a picture of (always moving) other players in Guild Wars 2.
“I really like the color scheme this person used for their avatar,” Redbook said. I can’t but help wonder if the bother of trying to fit clothes around wings and bumping into everything in hallways is worth looking like a grounded angel.
Hikari graced us with this party picture of the old Secret World right before Secret World Legends went online. We should probably put a disclaimer here that firing weapons inside of a crowded rave is not responsible, even if you can resurrect over and over again thanks to the magical bee juice that flows through your veins.
Minimalistway was arrested by the sight of an eight-bit raptor in Guild Wars 2, as one tends to be when the ridiculously impossible casually strolls by.
“The bear on the left is my pet Jeffery, he like to screen-bomb my screenshots!” said the observer. Can I just say that “Jeffery” is the best name for a bear pet ever? I love you, Jeffery!
For our last shot, we have this magnificent view of Kugane in FFXIV, courtesy of our friend Vincent. He gave us this massive panoramic shot that I had to trim down, lest it be rendered a thin black stripe on your screen, but trust me, it was even more impressive than this.
You need a screenshot challenge? I’ve got your screenshot challenge right here: Show off a picture of a legendary-like weapon. Something that looks amazing, at least to your eyes. Big, small, your own, someone else’s, whatever — let’s see some artistic instruments of death and destruction.