Flight may look cool on the superhero travel powers selection screen, but what they don’t tell you in the shop is that it comes with a whole bunch of drawbacks: neck cricks, sun damage, collisions with amateur drone conventions, and a face full of bugs smacking into you at 90 miles per hour. You keep your flight, I’ll take teleportation.
Hikari chose to wing it anyway: “It’s time to journey back to Apotheosis City in Ship of Heroes to explore a rather clever story arc involving some familiar magical librarians, but for now, let’s just enjoy the scenery day or night.”
Meanwhile, SmiteDoctor is getting a great selfie against a Guild Wars 2 lava pit. Sure, the combination of that leather outfit and the 500-degree atmosphere is going to turn any hero into jerky, but that’s a small price to pay for a screenshot.
Hurbster is doing what Hurbster does best in Elder Scrolls Online: “Wandering around, doing antiquities, staring at horkers, the usual.”
Part of that “usual” is wandering right into the god rays of the sun like moths to a candle. Oooh, it’s so pretty…
Don’t adjust your computer monitors! Utakata is just getting really wavy in Blade and Soul for some reason. Drugs? Magic visions? A localized heat wave? There are so many possibilities!
“Sunrise before battle in my colourful Japanese cruiser,” Rees Racer shared. “One of the various theme-based boats offered occasionally from World of Warships, this one represents the Arpeggio of Blue Steel manga series, and is based on the IJN heavy cruiser Myōkō, which was not only historically significant, but also actually survived the war. One of the finer ships in tier VII, it is one of my favourites.”
The gauntlet slaps you across the cheek, rousing you to action! Will you respond with a fierce screenshot of such breathtaking magnitude as to send your opponent into a shameful retreat? Find out in the comments section!