In this episode, Will gets thoroughly fed up with platforming, but it’s okay because we can Charge now!
In this episode, we finally pilfer the castle’s treasures. Aren’t we supposed to be saving the world or something?
In this episode, we get blown up tae fuck.
The Elder Scrolls is probably one of the deepest and most involved video games in history when it comes to terms of scope. With five games in the main series, a bevvy of side-games, and a full-fledged MMO, it’s hard to imagine a similar series coming out that would have so much content. But the best part of The Elder Scrolls isn’t just the games themselves; it’s the incredibly rich lore the game’s setting provides. The fandom of The Elder Scrolls have debated for decades over the lore of this series, coming up with hundreds of outlandish theories, some of them even supported by the devs themselves in the long run.
One of the best features of The Elder Scrolls, in our opinion, is the massive quantity of in-game books that are available to read. Yes, you can read full-fledged books in The Elder Scrolls, just for fun! Some of them have tangible in-game benefits (primarily leveling up your skills, as the story of the book might include a scene relevant to combat or adventuring), but a huge number of them simply exist to be read. These books provide the bulk of the game’s inexhaustible lore, going over minor details of the cosmology, small scenes from history, or in-game works of fiction designed to entertain the imaginary inhabitants of Tamriel.
In our time as fans of The Elder Scrolls, we’ve collected our personal top five books inside The Elder Scrolls. We’re ranking these by personal preference alone, by how entertaining and readable each one is, and how engrossing we found its story. There’s much richer lore to be found in many other books, but if you want a good read, we think these top five are a great way to get into the universe of Elder Scrolls fiction.(more…)
In this episode, we move on to Foglast and promptly get our asses kicked by Warpo again. But hey, at least we can sell our excess items now!
In this episode, Wayne learns how to make crispy-fried Poolmen, and Dedusmuln loses just about everything.
When a person thinks of Mario Kart, it’s very likely the first course they think of is Rainbow Road. Every Mario Kart game has come with Rainbow Road, the most difficult track at the very end of the final cup of the game. The Rainbow Road in each game is always a memorable track, but not all Rainbow Roads are created equal.
We’re taking it upon ourselves to rank all eight Rainbow Roads from worst to best, as according to our whims. The following rank is our opinion, and we don’t expect you to agree with it, but just know that we’re always right about everything. So hit the jump, and ride the rainbow road with us…(more…)
In this episode, Dedusmuln finally finds purpose in life: giving Pongorma an excess of wine. Some say Wayne is still lost in the maze to this day.
In this episode, we get extremely lost in an incredibly winding, twisting, worming maze. Then we get our asses kicked real bad.
In this episode, Wayne shares coffee with some eggs, Pongorma roasts a chicken, Somsnosa joins the party, and Dedusmuln finally gets to have something.