Dec
13
2017

Sorry: been chasing the Secret World Legends Pinata all day.

You know how it is: you schedule your entire day around logging into Secret World Legends every hour to kill the Goddess of Death, and next thing you know, it’s 11 PM and you’re wondering where the time went.  Especially since there’s a new update to Conan Exiles today, too, which means more things to dress up your dolls clothe your thralls with and add to your dollhouse castle.  Soon I shall have a wall around my entire encampment, and then my archers will kill those mammoths for me, safe in my fortress of Skyrimcraft…

Yeah, that’s what I’m going to name it.  ‘Skyrimcraft.’  Catchy, isn’t it?  I’m going to be really ticked off when it all goes away when they wipe the servers for the launch next year.

Moe Lane

PS: It’s remarkable, how much fun it is to throw snowballs at people in Secret World Legends now.  There’s a little minigame and everything.

5 Comments

  • jeboyle says:

    I’ll say one thing for Conan Exiles: if you have any kind of secret/non-secret desire to build something, that game does a very good job of scratching that itch.

    • Moe_Lane says:

      I realized yesterday that the fence that I was building could be incorporated, easily, into the raised platforms that I had put up for my archers to shoot at mammoths. …So now I guess I’m building a castle. I really need to get a local source for gossamer and brimstone, though. Going back to the first zone is a bit of a chore when you don’t have a mount.

  • jeboyle says:

    A buddy of mine said he was able to harvest quite a bit of brimstone from the Rocknoses in the area north and west of the Black Ship.

    I’m afraid that I’ve not been able to find any reliable gossamer source outside of that first zone.

    That might change between now and release on 5/8/18 though.

  • jeboyle says:

    Thanks!

    Only encountered them once and lost the fight, so didn’t know what they dropped. Have to take a closer look at that area.

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