The Daily Grind: What location in your favorite MMO have you only recently discovered?


Until last week, somehow I had heard of the Agrilat Swamp but never actually visited it in Star Wars Galaxies. SWG Legends’ @RoarAshley tweeted an image of it last week and my jaw dropped. How in the heck have I been playing this game the better part of my whole adult life without ever noticing this place?

My theory is that it’s pretty far out from an underused NPC city, plus it’s hard to place houses around here, so it’s also hard to place harvesters, meaning I’ve probably just never had a reason to go, and even if I did, it’s shrouded in fog and you can’t really see what’s in there until you’re right up on it. But now I’ve been and got some gorgeous screenshots, and I’m wondering what else I haven’t stumbled into in this ancient MMORPG.

Of course, you didn’t come here for my theory – you came here to answer the question! What location in your favorite MMO have you only recently discovered?

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Hikari Kenzaki

Not really discovered, but I did finally press on into the main part of Drieghan in BDO during the Summer Season. It was fun to step into that lore some more as I’ve been playing an Elf Ranger since day one.

Many screenshots were had, including the one here:


I have a had a few of those too…

…but the last time I showed pics on a similar line of local questioning, that went over like a lead balloon. So you folks can take the pigtails’ word for it. >.<


If you define “discovered” as finally getting to it after I originally missed or ignored the zone when I first became able to enter and explore it, none. Apart from games with procedurally generated maps, like Minecraft, I explore every inch of every in-game map as soon as I’m able to enter it.

Heck, in both Morrowind and Oblivion I cleared the minimap fog of war from the whole open world before even making headway into the main quest, and the only reason I didn’t do the same with Skyrim, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, and Fallout 4 is because sometime between Oblivion and Skyrim a bug was introduced into the engine that from time to time restores part of the minimap fog of war.