This is the release of 3.08.1, which has some minor tweaks and fixes from the previous release – see below for details. I’ve also added some new Fallout roles to the Open Roles section in case anyone is interested in auditioning for those.
Not every screenshot on the internet is attributable, which is a shame because this one is pretty sweet. So we’ll have to give credit to Anonymous. Why, that could be anybody. It could be you, it could be me, it could be hackers on steroids. We’ll never know.
It’s a new podcast, hooray. The schedule’s gotten a little fucked up because of busy lives and general madness, but we should get things straightened out in the next couple weeks I think.
Here is episode 3 of Open NAT, where Will Handford is joined once again by Lucy Starita to discuss Dragon Age Inquisition, Shadow of Mordor, and the concept of hype which Flavor Flav once warned us about back in the 80s.
I really love the mod Interesting NPCs. One character in particular, Zora Fair-Child, is the perfect adventuring companion for my grizzled old Dunmer warrior, Drelis Belvayn. He’s not exactly the handsome warrior she has been waiting for – his face is scarred and riddled with pock marks, and he has a large birthmark which stands out quite a bit. But one thing is for sure, they do make for a deadly pair.
Belvayn himself appreciates Zora’s upbeat, honest personality. Having spent a lot of his time around tough-talking warriors who are typically better at boasting than fighting, he travels with Zora first out of necessity, but sticks with her because he ends up enjoying her company.
Was doing the rounds on Tumblr today, decided on a whim to do a Zora search, and found this gem. Everything about it is brilliant, from the colors to the style to the pairing. On one side, you have a Dunmer who embraces his scars like an old friend. On the other, you have the girl who learned to love them. Amazing.