But isn't interrupting a conversation... rude? He shouldn't do that, then. He should wait patiently until both parties are finished, and perhaps raise his hand and wait to be acknowledged by his betters. Or he could totally interrupt their boring chit-chat.
The One Shots column is a time capsule of some of the most important MMO moments in history, and you're about to witness the latest entries into this hallowed vault. Steel yourself and prepare to gaze in wonder at the peak of human ingenuity and the print screen key!
The Big D sent us in this picture of his ship approaching Skull Rock. We don't know what happened after that moment, but I think it's safe to assume that the rock came to life, lurched out of the sea on a giant skeleton body, devoured the pirate vessels, and then began a six-thousand-mile-long march to world domination. Or he just sailed by it.
If you're curious, I chose Colton's picture of a hearty defense of Weathertop. Pose for the camera, folks, and then go back to slaughtering spirits!
"Here's a really nice shot of my character looking out over Sunken Harbor," he said. "Still wondering how much the hot dogs are in that stadium!"
How much? It's all the money, Ryan. All the money.
Sorry to say, it's time to repair this temporary tear in the fabric of reality and send you back to your mundane existence. See you all next week, and don't forget to send us in the most exciting virtual postcards that you can take! I wish you were here!
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