Yep. Was "Suspended indefinitely" for defending myself from a MOD. Ya, I said it. Was gone for nearly a week, if I am not mistaken.
Was a lurker for the time I was gone. I'm back though.
Posted Feb 14, 2013 2:21 pm GMT
It was dusk in the land of Valnera, the sun sitting just over the horizon, steadily getting lower with each passing minute. A gentle breeze rustled leaves in the trees and bushes, as birds chirped among each other. It was a peaceful evening in Uren. The Uren region, a large grassland in Valnera spread vastly, with the Servian Highlands nearby. Servia, was a highland region, with many large hills, with old trees covering the landscape, easily visible from Uren. Among the grassy landscape, was a small house, with a path leading up to it. The house, built with dark-brown Tevler wood, with glass windows and a chimney built from common grey stone, stood among a couple trees, and, being some of the few trees in the region, they stood very distinctively among the vast expanse of grassland. As the landscape got a bit darker from the still setting sun, a figure appeared along the path. Dressed in a red blouse, with tan leggings and clogs, while wearing a red hood, it was a woman walking down the path. She carried a brown shoulder bag, with a large, silver button the the front. As she approached the house, she remarked, "Home, sweet home."
She opened the front door, to a dimly lit room; the living room. She closed the door behind her and walked to yet another door, and opened it, and walked inside. She was now in her Study, an unlit room. She lit several candles and illuminated the room, to reveal 4 shelves, each filled with books of all kinds. A desk, stood in the center of the room, with papers and quills, and ink holders and yet more books on the surface of the light brown desk. There was another desk in the corner of the room, with jars full of plant and insect specimens sitting on top, with small chemistry and alchemist kits sitting nearby. there were 4 bright candles lighting the room: two on the main desk, one on the Alchemy desk in the corner, and one on an end table next to a chair another of the rooms corners. It was not a large room, just moderately sized. The woman lowered her hood, and removed the shoulder bag from her arm, and set it on the main desk. She pulled on the brown bags silver button, and opened it. She reached into it, and pulled out several items; three purple flowers that had a pink glow; two small, blue stones; a small glass container that held an insect, with 2 eye stalks and 6 legs, with a diamond shaped body.
All of these were collected during her trip to the Servian Highlands. She often goes on trips to different regions to collect natural specimens for research. The purple flowers with pink glow were Purple Sulfires, a rare plant. The blue stones were Shinestones, which come in colors of blue, green, red, velvet, yellow, and the rare gold. The insect, however, is a species that she was unfamiliar with, and suggested to herself that it could be a new species.
She opened her Journal, titled: 'Autobiography of Jenna Reen'. She began writing about her findings. "After a week in Servia, I have found most of what I was looking for, and one mystery specimen. An insect, unknown to me. It could be an undiscovered species, perhaps? I may have trouble keeping it alive as I do not know what this creature eats, but I'm sure I will find a way. On another note, while I was in the highlands, I came across a Mountain Troll. Vicious creatures, and smelly too. I wonder if--"
Jenna stopped writing. She heard a thump on the outside wall of her home. She peaked out the window; the sun had set completely, and the stars began to show. She decided to check her living room, so she opened the door to her study, and walked out. Nothing. Then, she heard knocking on her front door. She hesitantly walked to the door, and grabbed the handle, but, before she could turn it, she heard a mumble, and the door unlocked. Whoever was on the other side, had used a spell to unlock the door. Jeana quickly but quietly moved from the door, and hid under a clothed table just before the door creaked open. She saw a shadowy figure in the doorway, tall, and appeared to be wearing a dark robe. Jeana tried to breath quietly, but her heart was beating so hard that it was difficult to. She peaked through a hole in the cloth, and now the mysterious person was standing in the candlelight. Jenna could now see who it was. She knew who this person was. She remembered her past.
She knew that she would most certainly die here.
Posted Feb 4, 2013 1:44 pm GMT
Ok, I have just recently gotten 'The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion'
I'm hooked on so tight that I don't know if I can get loose.
This game, is addictive.
This game, once played, will burn its image into your mind.
You will become so immersed in its world and quests, that it will take over your thoughts. It is an entity.... a presence..... it will possess your mind, and control you. It is that good.
Not that it is without fault...... it has faults. But, the experience is not hindered in a major way.
Yes, it is old. But its gold.
I have heard that Skyrim is more addictive. I say improbable. But not impossible. _______________________________________________
So, what am I planning next? What are my next Top 5 games that I plan to pick up? In a list, IN particular order:
#5. Dead Space
#4. Gears of War 3
#3. Just Cause 2
#1. Far Cry 3
That's all for this update, a short one but more news awaits in the future! Until, then, keep on gaming!
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Posted Feb 1, 2013 7:35 pm GMT