"This is one of my favorite screenies I have, inside the Grid," he submitted. "You would click a machine and get digitized in to this area filled with exits to all over the game. Funcom seems to like this method of travel as you can tell by popping into Agartha in The Secret World.
We have sights and wonders the likes of which will make your ocular cavities gush forward in unabashed emotion after the break. Frankly, I wouldn't risk it; your eyes might not be able to take the strain.
"So my Asura Engineer was running around the Northern Shiverpeaks mountain range in Guild Wars 2, presumably to help hunt down a yeti. For reasons not entirely clear, it seems the best way to hunt a yeti is to go pester a jackalope first. And while the yeti turned out to just be some big smelly jotun, the jackalope was the real deal! I had a devil of a time getting a good screenshot of the little guy because he kept hopping off-screen before I could take his picture, but in the end my perseverance paid off. Now I finally have proof that the mythical jackalope really exists!"
Screenshots because it did happen. This is why we keep insisting, people!
She set the scene: "Vindictus makes the challenge of taking great combat screenshots easier with its automatic screencaps at the end of a battle, right as you land the final killing blow. This is a lower-level encounter taken back when the game had just launched."
"This pic comes from City of Heroes and was taken during the winter event," he said. "In it, Active Matrix and Anestia decided to shed their superhero attire for some warmer winter clothing and enjoy a break from fighting crime."
So why did those outdoor caves have electric EXIT signs above them again?
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