Elder Scrolls Online Dragonknight

My new and improved Mini-Me in Elder Scrolls Online

Just a few days ago, I showed you my characters in Elder Scrolls Online (among my other mains in other MMOs). I hadn't played the game lately, because LotRO snuck up with its legendary server instead. Unfortunately, LotRO doesn't have an action camera mode, so playing actually hurts my hand and I need to be … Continue reading My new and improved Mini-Me in Elder Scrolls Online

Lotro Hobbit Guardian

My Mini-Mes (November 2018)

I saw Tyler from Superior Realities's posts about his stable of characters (impressive!) and decided I'd do the same or something similar. After searching through my own blog, I found that I last did that in August 2015. I am going to focus on my most played characters instead of showing my whole stable, as … Continue reading My Mini-Mes (November 2018)

GW2 New Lion's Arch

New Lion’s Arch

Can you believe that after all the screenshot galleries I've made for Lion's Arch in its various stages, I have never made one of the rebuild town? You can see the original Lion's Arch in this post (from April 2012). About two years later, in February 2014, I made a second gallery because I felt … Continue reading New Lion’s Arch

Lotro Beorning Starter zone

LotRO and their legendary servers

Thursday evening, Standing Stone Games opened the first of their legendary servers, Anor. The waiting queue reached 4000, apparently. But despite SSG saying it was just a display issue and queues were working correctly, they weren't (and still weren't yesterday). Bookahnerk, who was the last (!) to queue from the four of us (we're playing … Continue reading LotRO and their legendary servers

Lake Doric in Kryta

I admit, it does feel a bit like cheating when I'm filling my picture-count for IntPiPoMo with a blog post like this. But when I thought about what kind of blog posts I could do with pictures (other than the regular ones as I always include at least one picture with each blog post), this … Continue reading Lake Doric in Kryta

lotro Falling goat in Moria

I hate Mines of Moria (IntPiPoMo 1)

...With a passion! I am not a big fan of vertical maps in MMOs to begin with, but if in addition to the design, the map itself is also rather useless, my frustration is doubled. But that's not enough for most of the regions of Mines of Moria. Additionally, you can't exactly see if there … Continue reading I hate Mines of Moria (IntPiPoMo 1)

Elder Scrolls Online Dragonknight

Looking for a new MMO-home

We still have not heard anything from gamigo and their plans with the games they acquired from Trion. Of course, all of this doesn't necessarily mean that Rift will be closed or that much will be changed for Rift as it is now. But I'm still not feeling too confident and decided to look for … Continue reading Looking for a new MMO-home

Goodbye, Wildstar

It did not come as a surprise when I saw that Wildstar is shutting down - and the developer studio, Carbine, as well. Even though at the beginning of the year, the statement had been that Wildstar would be supported for the foreseeable future. It seemed as if the game has been at least in … Continue reading Goodbye, Wildstar

The Return of Torchlight! (Blaugust Post 7)

When I read that Runic Games, the developing company of the Torchlight series didn't exist anymore back in November 2017, I was rather sad. This meant, after all, that there would be no more Torchlight games. Their last game was Hob. An adventure game with a new IP and more of the puzzle kind. It's … Continue reading The Return of Torchlight! (Blaugust Post 7)

Please give me Rift Wars 2 (Blaugust Post 6)

If Rift and Guild Wars 2 had a baby, I would probably end up with my perfect MMO. Both games have features that I really love while also missing the mark in other areas. Together, however, it'd be great. I love Rift's open world. Switching between continents gives you a loading screen, but other than … Continue reading Please give me Rift Wars 2 (Blaugust Post 6)