Slaying a bajillion creatures, hauling around blood-splattered loot, and going through a repeated death-resurrection cycle sure does take it out on the intrepid adventurer. That’s why it’s always nice to have a comfy and cozy bed to go to at the end of the day.
Now if we can only find one in Utakata’s house here in Blade and Soul…
“This brothel has bedrooms, I think,” said the Big-Eared One.
“Right now I’m playing Final Fantasy XIV — and I’m lucky if I can afford to rent an apartment,” said Minimalistway. “I love ocean fishing, it takes something tedious in most MMOs and turn it into something people enjoy doing together. Oh, and there is desert dune fishing, cloud fishing, and magma fishing. I love that.”
Lucky Jinx has to imagine a bedroom, which is sad: “Since World of Warcraft lacks housing, among many other things, I had to take the liberty of sneaking into someone else’s bedroom for a shot. Because I went all the way to the village of Brill in Tirisfal Glades, I stopped for a moment to admire the sheer creepiness of the zone. It’s a zone that is designed over 15 years ago, and it beats Revendreth in creepiness about 10-0 despite the clear difference in graphical vividness. Where Revendreth is kind of comically gothic setting, Tirisfal Glades is truly gloomy and scary place.”
“Home is where the hot tub is!” said Scott in Phantasy Star Online 2. I tend to agree, although my family wishes that I’d stop filling up a bucket with hot water in the kitchen and sit in it while blowing bubbles with a straw.
And Vincent, naturally, is blowing up everything in the world in FFXIV. It kind of looks like the concept art for one of the games, doesn’t it?
Post what you will in the comments — I shan’t stop you — but if you want to level up your screenshotting skills, let’s see some amazing underwater vistas!