Sunday, September 15, 2013

Virtual Tourist - Neverwinter 9/15/13

Morning!

Neverwinter
Cemetery Section


Some nice purple flowers!


Love all the great creepy components. :)


They even have lichen/mold - the artists really go all out.


One neat thing about stopping to take virtual photos is that it makes me look around. And added bonus is that it helps me find stuff hubby missed on his previous times around. Heh heh


The light coming down was almost a shield of sorts.


While turning on clocks to get to the area we needed before the bad guys found a way through, we were sent to a shadowrealm to find several to activate. Watchmakers guild around here is super hard core!


So gloomy!


Look real hard at the area with the sun. The black cloud beside it is actually being generated by a dragon flying across the sky. You can see it's head and one wing on the left of the cloud.


A player dress. Had seen it in white, but not red. Not sure why she's glowing though. Heh


So deliciously creepy. Notice the shield on the right - Watchmaker's symbol.


Better close up of the Watchemaker's building.


I so LOVED this! A glass floor clock face with the clock gears below - beautiful!


The shaft ran up from the clockface to the ceiling. Gorgeous.


As we keep setting and turning on clocks, secret doors are revealed into long unused corridors. Look at the giant gears!


One of the clocks after we started it up. Water driven even!


More of the insanely sized clock works here.


Another opened dark passage.


This looked totally cool. The ward actually turns like a clock. :)


The baddie we were trying to beat here still beat us. Her goal? The blue dragon on the right. The goal we didn't know about? Getting the information on how to create a Dracolich. She teleported out with her gains before we could do anything.


She did leave us a present though. A giant poisonous spider to play with. o.O 


Final clock face. Isn't it the coolest?

There's just so much awesome stuff out in the world!
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