My luck is astoundin'. After stumblin' into a crevice 'n beginnin' to explore the nearest abandoned mine, I exited said shaft three hours later with a stack of diamonds. An entire stack. From just one spelunking expedition. Also an extra two I found in a chest. Roughly one third to one half'a those were from my Fortune II Pickaxe. Everythin' went in my favor. Findin' a dungeon which, by chance, had a Fortune II enchanting book. Findin' the most expansive mine I've ever seen, which was constantly sittin' at bedrock, makin' for prime territory to find diamonds. I've literally more diamonds than I can use; a grand total of 76. Somewhere in my house is gonna sit some diamond blocks.
Wherever he is rite meow, Bxym is clearly Jellicent.
In regards t' Revelations, I've taken a liking to preyin' on derpin' around with nubs and usin' really shitty abilities for some lulz. One gets tired of Mute-Smoke after two years of playin' all srs-like... 'bout time I screwed around a bunch.
Givin' Brotherhood's multiplayer a salty runback for ol' time's sake. T'is interestin' to play now that I'm not an Assassin's Creed multiplayer scrub no more.
... But no one plays anythin' but Wanted. Therefore, I'm filled with rage and disappointment. I don't remember what it's like t' play Alliance, and now I've no way t' remind myself.... ;_; I'm enjoyin' it since AC:B is very different from Revelations and III, but I'll get sick'a all these high-profile shenanigans very soon I'm sure.
After playin' a fair bit moar of AC: Brotherhood Wanted (specifically with a bunch'a other level 50s), I now revoke my utter disgust of Wanted... in Brotherhood. All other game modes are still better, but the fact kills can't be contested, abilities are unusable in kill/stun animations and the approach meter starts on Incognito, this all means the game mode is wholly acceptable. I can understand why most people hated Revelations' changes, 'specially with the approach meter, since most people were Wanted players back in the days of AC multiplayer's inception.
Makes me wonder how AC:III would be played with Brotherhood's core mechanics. It won't happen, but it'd be cool t' see AC:IV have a game mode meant t' emulate Brotherhood's game mechanics.
Not even a day into New Leaf, and I find myself a pair of hammerhead sharks. Bitches don't got nofin on this. My future dungeon aquarium will make the perfect domain for these two, as well as all the squids.
But seriously, am I really lucky, or are sharks just more common now?
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