Kotori, the costume designer of μ’s probably doesn’t have any chill. It’s also her birthday. To celebrate, Josh and I are finding the best aidoru hell shitposts that center on everyone’s favorite Minalinsky, Kotori Minami.
Welcome to a special post for Destiny: Rise of Iron. This post is special because I’m going to be talking about the new strikes coming to Destiny. I realized after I made the post about the new things coming to PvE, I forgot to discuss strikes. So here we are with a dedicated post.
The main change coming regarding strikes is the brand new strike in the Plaguelands called The Wretched Eye. Rather than tell you what’s going on, here’s a gameplay video from a test build at Bungie. Keep in mind, everything you see can be changed and may already have been.
Looks pretty interesting right? I know I can’t wait to jump in and play this strike. Along with the brand new strike, 2 old strikes are making a comeback: The Summoning Pits and Devil’s Lair. These strikes are getting a makeover similar to how some of the strikes gained a “Taken” alternative when the Taken King expansion released. The Heroic strike playlist and Nightfall strike are also getting changed with a light level increase of 350 and 360 respectively.
Bonus change, is a brand new mechanic being introduced to how strikes work. A new item called Skeleton Keys which can be dropped by defeating the boss at the end of a strike. These “keys” allow the player to gain strike specific loot from a chest at the end. Basically Bungie is trying to cut down on the amount of “farming” players do trying to get strike specific loot. Players can only carry 5 keys at one time, but you can acquire as many as possible.
Well, that’s it for this special post. Destiny: Rise of Iron releases on September 20th for 29.99 USD and Destiny: The Collection sells for 59.99 USD. Remember to get your pre-orders in if you want the Iron Gjallarhorn and Iron Gjallarwing to do so before then.
One of my cuzzos posted this on his facebook today. It’s the scans from Amazing Spiderman #36. If you haven’t read it already, I highly suggest you do. To sum it all up, Spidey and co. deal with the 9/11 attacks, and all the aftermath.
This comic is probably one of the most powerful chapters in the entire Marvel universe. One page stands out in particular, and I’m going to post it here.
I’m not going to go too in depth as to what I was feeling when it all happened, but I will say this. America has come a long way from then. We’ve still got a ways to go, but I know that we can do it. We’ve gotta stand tall.
That’s my, no, our promise to you, our readers. We’ll continue to stand tall.
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