A simple blog about things mostly relating to Guild Wars 2. WildStar. And anything else that catches my interest.



That episode felt like a complete step back in terms of everything that the prior two episode brought forth. Nothing really happened, and the ending was already spoiled by the trailer. The open world events were uninspired and boring, not to mention bugged for a good few hours.

I was really excited for this episode to come out, and it was a huge let down. I hope the next one is better.




Mordremoth may be a jerk, but at least some of its minions are rad.

lmao this is better than any april fool’s joke and noone can convince me otherwise

New episode is broken before it even starts

Beyond the fact you cannot progress a single bit, tying the progress of the story to events is stupid, and really makes me question just how replayable this episode is gonna be in the future.

Hopefully it’s better when fixed, but I was really enjoying the structure of the episodes, and now it feels kinda like season 1, and that’s a bad thing.

This morning I thought “I wanna model a TV” and so I did.
Still need to texture it and junk.

This morning I thought “I wanna model a TV” and so I did.

Still need to texture it and junk.


Episode 2 of Eexa’s adventures in Tyria. In this episode she journeys further into Dry Top.

[Submitted by kreweleadereexa]

Another great in-character video! ~RB

One year ago today, I made my ele, Ztekk.
Happy birthday, you dork!

One year ago today, I made my ele, Ztekk.

Happy birthday, you dork!


this is amazing


finally! my moth reaction gif compilation

from now on i will only express feels in moth gifs

edit (not mine):

somethingaboutasura asked
Hey, what happened to Phineas T. Rotostar? In the housing trailer he's cheery looking, almost glowing. Ingame, his clones at least, look like grumpy pickles.


Thanks for this pertinent question, user! Scanbot would like to assure user that Protostar clones are typically involved in what is known in the corporate sector as “serious business.” Therefore, the standard clone template issued to each Protostar clone reflects that in every expression, from “joyful” to “deliberate” to “efficient” and back to “joyful.” This expression of both seriousness and businesslikability has proven so successful that all templates revert to it when engaged in active commerce, which they do at all times.

Scanbot is certain that this explanation is sufficient and requires no further elaboration, as certain as scanbot is that Protostar has not implanted failsafe software designed to offer specific answers to certain queries concerning the outward expressions of Protostar employees and what it could mean for their emotional stability. Yes, scanbot is certainly certain nothing like that has happened, and feels compelled to remind user that Protostar employees have never been convicted of unexpectedly and literally exploding like overstuffed rowsdowers in any court of law recognized by the Protostar Corporation.

Also, scanbot would remind user that “pickles” is just not appropriate. Come on now.