One Shots: You don’t belong here

    
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Oh man. Oh boy. You’ve stumbled into the wrong fantasy tavern, bub, and now you’re in for it. Everyone’s looking at you. Knives are slowly being drawn. Knuckles are being cracked. And there’s an Elf giving you the evil eye.

It was good to know ya.

Or hey, it’s just SmiteDoctor in Elder Scrolls Online, “going back to [his] Wood Elf roots in Eldenroot.” You’re probably OK then!

How much do you utilize light and shadow in your MMO screenshots? Vincent’s answer is “all of it!”

“This week I was experimenting with some new filters in Final Fantasy XIV and some of the in-game natural light. I don’t hate the results,” Vinny said.

And continuing with the themes of “dutch angles” and “FFXIV selfies,” we have this aggressive bunny to visit.

“When you go RPR, you go full edge or go home,” said Josh.

Meanwhile, Utakata is soaring like a bird through Blade and Soul, probably accumulating a lot of splattered bugs on the face but not caring one whit.

If you listen closely, you can hear a voice saying, “birds fly (whisper to a scream)…”

Katriana shared this Guild Wars 2 pic: “I don’t do character selfies very often, but I took this one of my Sylvari Ranger on some peak in Desert Highlands where it was snowing. Thought it turned out kind of nice.”

Whether the camera is trained on you or on the world around you, we want to see your amazing MMO screenshots! Keep the party going in the comments, and I’ll see y’all next week.

Every week, One Shots shines a spotlight on the best community screenshots from your MMO adventures. If you have a great pic to share, email it to justin@massivelyop.com with the subject “One Shots.” Make sure that the picture is over 880px wide and comes with a description or story!
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