During downtime at work this morning I’ve been reading Christopher Livingston’s continuing series, ‘The Elder Strolls’. In them, he documents his attempt to play Skyrim as an NPC named Nordrick. Nordrick spends his days chopping wood, hunting, and trying to “avoid adventure, intrigue, and…
Why am I looking at SWTOR? I don’t like SciFi as a setting, I don’t really have extra money to get it, I just bought Dragon Age II for when I get finishedtired to a stopping point in Skyrim. So why am I looking at it? Anyone want to give me reasons for/against yet another MMO?
the world:hey man we've got some really serious problems like global warming and mass economic failure and riots and genocide and aids and cancer and your healthcare system is shit so maybe we should get to work
US government:sit down I have to stop people from sharing things online
a) I have the messiest of desktops and half of the icons are there are WIPs mygoodrabbit sends me
b) This is a Mass Effect wallpaper but I mostly have it because of the nose of the guy in the back? IT IS A GOOD NOSE, OKAY And he looks Imperial and that is fitting with my current obsession quite well
The background is a photo I took that I’ve always really liked.
Note the severe lack of any video games, because my laptop doesn’t support anything more graphic intensive than Netflix.
Lots and lots of notes. Purple is story ideas, white is lists, and blue is to-do.
it was something like wooobleEeeeee rumbleclankwobblewoo.
My computer was making a weird noise. And now I have to get a new graphics card, which means no Skyrim or anything else that involves graphics. My laptop can’t handle anything more than netflix without getting so warm the little rubber feed melt off the bottom.