The first Servant was a vicious Wikia editor With a pen in hand, he commented on the threads Slicing up the Nemesis page, merging with Hellish facts He created an bloody error path That Servant is in the chat, PMd and banned like a troll. Aside from the mess he made in the page, there is no sign that he existed.
The third Servant was a green Elphe of the Wikia He had a really good charm over the HERs He seduced the best witch of the wiki chat And formed a Norgami fetish fam all for himself That Servant was the chat's shota dictator But he was possessed by his strange troll desires He feared one day he would have no charm over her To this day he tells stories as his own body rots.
I got Skyrim the other day and in the few times I've played, I spent 95% of the time being hopelessly lost. For instance, I set out this morning from Whiterun to Riverwood and before I knew it I was in Winterhold and had gained three levels from smashing wolves and slinking about the countryside like an overgrown, lost, and slinking lizard.
I know, logically, that a map exists, but it's too much fun going in the opposite direction, getting turned around and somehow bumbling my way into a new location.
I also spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to break into cities by jumping over their walls and surrounding boulders. Having failed to do that, I will look for a door by walking around the entire rocky, treacherous, wolf-filled section of the city where there is certainly no door whatsoever before becoming lost in the countryside. After tussling with wolves and cultists for a few minutes, I eventually stumble across farms and later the road at which point I am delighted to find the way in. The odd portion of this situation is that I usually follow the road yet cities make me run off the road and stampede through the brush and rivers to get at the high, impregnable walls and ridiculously large boulders.
Then there was a time when mucking about near Windhelm led me to being trapped under a number of boats and my sister helpfully told me, "Oh yes, you can suffocate if you stay underwater too long." "Even Argonians?" I asked and she, who has never played any Elder Scrolls games in her life responded, "Oh yes, you can." Naturally, I did not suffocate because she is full of it and so mucked about in the river for a good while longer and by the time I was done proving her wrong I had drifted a very long way in one direction (unclear which one because I was at the bottom of the river the whole time) and ended up lost in the country side again.
It is a very fun game although I don't think the devlopers intended transportation to be so entertaining.
Then some idiots try to sell me horses and this is an outrage because one cannot get so lost on a horse nor play the fun game of "Surely I can jump over this mountain and surely there will be a city on the other side". Also, I won't be able to sneak around and terrorize the local wolf populations or saunter into a city and chat up the laidez (and more often the guards) as a highly unspucious crouching overgrown lizard dressed up in a ridiculous amount of armor and brandishing a gargantuan poleax. Horses lend some kind of majesty to the scenario and generally ruin the entire thing. Derping is the very best part of the game.
Can you guys help me pick an avatar? I don't know if I should go with Caster or Shanoa I wanna look fab What should my new profile be? I want it to be clever How about "Livin' with my Abyss, hash tag YOLO" I only got 2 PMs in the last 5 minutes Do you think I should refresh? Let me take another selfie
Making me feel like I've been disconnected. If you had time to post a message on my wall you had time to check the Recent Activity to see. Complain, complain, rant, rant. You and your waltzing happiness, yadda yadda. Why didn't you just ask me, why didn't you tell the ghost secrets, do you even ghost, do you really.
I couldn't have told it secrets because you were talking to me. Naturally, I couldn't reply because it said you had left chat, but as you never reentered, I went to your message wall to command you back in. It worked. Hooray.