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One Shots: Not really into the bar scene

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With the density of worlds, and things to do in those worlds, there's a lot of scenery that players don't often get to see. That's (at least in part) one of the reasons we do One Shots! That way when we get images like this one from City of Heroes from Sam T., other superheroes know there's more to this commonly-traveled zone than they may realize. We'll let Sam explain:

"Ouroboros is probably one of the most beautiful areas to be ignored in City of Heroes. Its commonly used for the Flashback system, as a transit hub, and really? That's about it. It's a crying shame that more people just don't go off and explore it... This view from one of the eastern floating islands is quite nice! Here I am with one of my SG-mates just talking about upcoming stuff in the game and with the group. Sure beats Pocket D!"

Do you have a screenshot showing off overlooked geography in your favorite game? Perhaps you'd like to show off something more personal, but just as cool. If so, send those screenshots our way at oneshots AT massively DOT com. Be sure to include your name, the name of the game, and a description of what we're seeing. SG/corp/guild names and server welcome too!

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