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head toward the smoke to the SSW then.... dead?
No, that was a successful radar outpost capture and defense. The RIP pic was from earlier, blowing up a gold mine when dozens of baddies descended from all sides—needless to say, I was totally unprepared :D

I'm not posting sequentially, just pic picking when I remember to share :)

@ZedClampet had a quick peek at Eastshade, seems the point of it is to look beautiful for photos & painting, yeah?
 
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@ZedClampet had a quick peek at Eastshade, seems the point of it is to look beautiful for photos & painting, yeah?
Sort of. You are trying to fulfill your mother's dying wish that you paint certain locations, but there's a whole big story. I would describe it as an open world, narrative adventure with exploration.

There is a somewhat short prequel called Leaving Lyndow if you are interested in checking it out. It's on sale for 99 cents right now. I remember enjoying it, but that's about all. My initial thought, though, is that you would be bored since you don't normally play these sorts of games.

 

Zloth

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Not sure what this tattoo is about


A `mech that's a convertible!? I want it!


Yeah, you three are really inconspicuous wandering around in a slum dressed like that.


Your character has almost no personality, pants are too big, won't brush his hair despite the worst calics* you'll ever see, frequently has psychotic episodes... and the girls flock to him? I guess that's why this is a "fantasy" game.


*calics are called cowlicks now??
 
I've been playing around a lot with the Photo Mode in Mass Effect Legendary, and while I love that they added it (it was nearly impossible to take screen shots in the Mass Effect game before they came to Steam), the controls are a bit limited, at least to me, even with the Photo Mode Qol Mod for ME1. I also wish there were just a single key stroke to activate it (which would make it much easier to take a combat screen shot), but as it is, you have to hit ESC to the main menu, then click on photo mode, that's kind-of a pain.

Still, it's better than not having a photo mode, and it is fun to play around with the focal length, angles, filters, and saturation and other options., I've probably spent several hours overall just experimenting.

Garrus


Tali


I love playing around with the B&W mode and Film Grain


The sepia tone can also be pretty nice


And, lecherous old man that I am, I've spent way too much time photographing the exotic dancers at Chora's Den:


 

Zloth

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I see it! But, if I click it, I can't see the expanded image. I think I have to have an account on ImgBB.

It's easier to just use the Media section here.

Now? Cowlicks are what they've always been called. That's where the incorrect word "calics" came from.
That's the YUCKY version! I never heard of it until I noticed "calics" was being bounced by my browser's spell check and I looked it up.
 
I see it! But, if I click it, I can't see the expanded image. I think I have to have an account on ImgBB.

It's easier to just use the Media section here.

That's the YUCKY version! I never heard of it until I noticed "calics" was being bounced by my browser's spell check and I looked it up.
I just looked it up. Apparently the person who identified it named it cowlicks for the way a calf looks after being licked by its mother. Was named in the 16th century.
 

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