World of Warcraft: Shadowlands
My Paladin is up as the leveler, and is on the last level to 60. She certainly is fun to play, particularly in comparison to the TBC version.
I’m aware that Soulshapes are supposed to be a big desirable feature of Ardenweald as a Covenant choice. It seems to be a cosmetic collectible. It doesn’t feel like something I’d want to spend any time on.
There are also far too many insect like creatures in the forest. Note the appropriately named “Buzzkill”.
In World of Warcraft’s TBC, I focused on my Holy Priest, trying to level her beyond any involvement in Scarlet Monastery dungeons. Here she finds herself in the Hinterlands.
I made a huge amount of progress in Bendy and the Ink Machine. Problematically it’s hard to get the game to save correctly, so I’m temporarily stuck back a bit from where I left the game.
Things were a little creepy up in the art studio, but down below where the ink really flows, it’s time to fight.
There’s been ink pouring from the ceiling since our character Henry walked in the door. Down below, the ink forms into attacking figures.
It’s just my way that I’m now paranoid about every pool I go by.
You definitely aren’t alone.
I came to love my trusty axe pretty quickly. I saw this game classified somewhere as “Survival Horror”, not one of my usual genres.
In Elder Scrolls Online, I played through some of the quest The Ghost Writer of Giovesse. It’s a side quest to help a Romance Writer with a story she’s working on that involves ghosts.
I easily enough found the armor, then used a spirit lamp to bring forth a ghost, of course. She lacks a romantic soul.
There’s always one more thing, isn’t there? Head into the tombs to find the Sword of Giovesse.