“I think there’s a storm brewing above the land of halflings,” Lethia said. “I started playing an ungodly amount of Lord of the Rings Online recently and… I guess this is how people felt something like 12-13 years ago but, better late than never right?”
First of all, welcome to LOTRO Lethia! Second, enjoy this brief period of ignorance before an elf tells you to go pick all 9,000 of those flowers you’re tramping through right now!
Far underground and in another realm entirely, Munchmeat2 (sequel to the classic Munchmeat) is spelunking in Elder Scrolls Online. It always sounds much more professional to call it “spelunking” instead of “I took a wrong turn somewhere and now can’t seem to find an exit so I might as well grab some loot while I’m down here.”
We asked for windmills and water mill pictures last week, and a couple of our cleverest readers responded with Final Fantasy XIV pics. Hirku Two is up first with this one: “The Goblet has both, along with some lousy weather. Rarrrgh!”
“I’m 90% certain that is a water wheel of sorts in the background,” Vincent said. “Look at me sticking to the challenge two weeks in a row! I’m a conformist!”
Yes. The chip we secretly installed in the back of your head is finally kicking in. That’s good to hear. Please upload your diagnostics at your earliest opportunity.
And we’ll wrap things up with a picture and a short story from MurderHobo’s Valheim adventures:
With that silver we scored, we all got glowy new bows, so we detoured briefly from joining the rest of the team to murder our way along a random shoreline, just viking stuff. Then we topped a ridge and were afforded this stunning view.
Evri spotted it first, as usual. “Village,” he rumbled.
“Fortified pull spot on the right,” Ket mused strategically.
“Spike traps,” I offered in agreement.
Looking for a screenshot challenge? Sure you are! Wing us your best sunrise or sunset picture and how this makes you feel as your retinas are burned to a crisp while your character stares into it!