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  1. Apologies if this is a dumb question, but I can't seem to find a clear answer anywhere. I currently have everything on PS4. I want to start playing on PC in September. I see the Shadowkeep pack for sale on Steam. It does not include Forsaken. Do I need to buy Destiny 2 + Forsaken now on Battlenet, and then buy Shadowkeep on Steam? And then transfer all of my licenses across to Steam? I saw someone say that Forsaken will be available on Steam as of September 17 when the contract with Activision expires, but I'd like to know for sure...
  2. According to this very thread - since September 5, 2017! - Now I *immediately* want to go back and touch up those Orcs. And take pictures with actual lighting involved.
  3. I believe that answers your question. Please remind me of this post in 12 months time when I'm complaining about the eight thousand Bloodborne minis I have to paint.
  4. Yup, PC. Never had any real problems with the first two. I'd still recommend it. It's admirable that they've made choices matter across multiple titles, which is always the promise with these sorts of games.
  5. Just finished The Banner Saga 3, and its... weirdly buggy, compared to the first two? Plenty of times where controller inputs stopped working for certain menu items, conversations that would hang forever, and a couple of times where the game would just freeze completely on a loading screen. Definitely feels like they ran out of road at some point, and just had to get it out there. But aside from that, I felt it wrapped up well. Definitey seemed like there was a lot of variance in terms of how choices played out over the three games.
  6. Needed a break from doing Dark Souls stuff, so I decided to brighten up my day by doing something as light-hearted as.... *checks notes* - my copy of Space Hulk. 13 of the Emperor's finest finished - Only real issue I had was doing the light cloak on the captain. I still don't feel like I have a good way of applying washes/shades to a flat, light surface yet. I basically left it looking a little filthy after a coat of Nuln Oil, and convincing myself it's intentional.
  7. Hey. Me again. Dark Souls, etc. You know the drill. Happy for the most part. Four Kings were so basic and simple to complete it almost felt like cheating. I tried to strike a balance between having a textured base for them with getting that 'pitch black darkness' feel from the game in their arena. Oh, and if it wasn't already obvious, I ordered a 1-pound bag of rocks for basing off Amazon. Because that's normal behavior now I guess.
  8. Need some advice, Gamesmasters. Halfway though painting the Guardian Dragon in my seemingly never-ending quest to power through all this Dark Souls stuff. I'm really worried that what I tried to do with the veins on the wings looks shit. Way I figure it, I have a couple of options: 1) go over it all with red again, and forget trying to freehand the veins entirely. Would probably then do the wings a sort of leathery-brown to differentiate between the rest of the model. 2) lean into it, try and find a way of blending them into the wings with an orange/red mix, keep the wings red, but try and add some shading/depth with a lighter red throughout 3) something else entirely. Thoughts?
  9. Hi, you might remember me from such posts as "that one with all the Dark Souls miniatures". Well, I did a bunch more! Still feel like I'm at the stage of learning something new every time I pick up the brush, but pretty happy for the most part in how these turned out. Sif was probably the one I was worried about the most as I've never really done fur before, but as always, the answer to all of my problems was 'drybrush it'. Onto my next work in progress...
  10. I dunno. I enjoy the dynamic between him and Jan, Jeff seems very fond of him (which is notable, as the list of things that Jeff is fond of seems to be getting smaller by the hour), and while I can't really comment on his competency in terms of producing livestreams, etc., his performances on the Bombcast just don't rub me the wrong way. I'd take him over Jason any day. There's low energy and there's Jason.
  11. It was the heal debuff that really fucked me off during that fight. So often I'd feel like I was on a roll, but one mistimed swing after a dodge away would land me right in that cloud, and from that point on I was completely on tilt. Just the knowledge that I couldn't heal, even if I didn't need to, was enough to put me off all of my timings, and I'd inevitably die. It got to the point where I'd just avoid that cloud completely rather than risk the attack, even though he gives you ample opportunity to do so.
  12. I read one rumor that mentioned there wasn't going to be any Taken King/Rise of Iron/Forsaken-level expansion for Fall of this year, with another year of smaller content updates replacing it. If that's true, and I sincerely hope it isn't, then I will see you all in 2020 for Destiny 3.
  13. Edit - double post
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