Not a World of Warcraft post.
Saturday night rolled around again, as is its habit, and it found three of us online and looking for adventure. I think we might be ready for a game like Borderlands 2 or such at this point. Needing to accommodate five people is slipping as a requirement.
So there we were. I think we have actually settled on characters now, so I will start listing them out. We had:
- Fergorin Ironhelm – Level 12 Guardian Fighter
- Regulos – Level 12 Devote Cleric
- Sans Serif – Level 12 Trickster Rogue
I actually went and played some Neverwinter on a weeknight to catch up, which I suppose is a good sign for the game. Though, in doing so, I ran a quest that gave me another bag, thus removing from immediate contention possibly the only item in their store I would consider buying. Nice move Cryptic. I was this close *holds up two fingers very close together* to pulling the trigger on a buying some Zen, and then you handed me an out.
I also gained my stealth skill, another attack, and some upgraded equipment. I was ready… or more ready… to go.
After our previous venture into Neverwinter, where the Foundry came through for us, we chatted a bit afterwards about the Foundry tool set and what it was possible to build. During that conversation I demonstrated what an unoriginal hack I was by declaring that if I was going to make dungeons in Neverwinter, I would just remake the good ones from WoW.
That got a chuckle and few comments before we logged off for the night.
This past weekend however Potshot, who is our Foundry expert and scout, said he had a special surprise for us. He had been exploring the Foundry and had a couple of dungeons lined up for us.
More after the cut because of too many pictures which I probably think are more amusing than they really are. My apologies in advance.