In some of the most incoherent sentences I’ve constructed thus far, I talk about Corvo and Emily’s familial ties, the potential true identity of Meagan Foster, and the ethereal nature of Emily’s love interest, Wyman, all while searching for the last two bone charms rather than saving Sokolov… who glitches and goes for a jog.
I strip Jindosh of his most prized possession, his intellect, with the cruelty of an electroshock chair he had planned to use on Sokolov and mess about in his bathroom for a long time because I’m scared of the Clockwork Soldiers.
Starting to work on getting the Tree Boss back into my game, in spite of the job anxiety that’s filling me with The Bad Feels™.
Sketching a concept for an environment suit based on samurai armor.
This job I’m going into is going to give me an anxiety!heart attack due to going from only talking to my immediate family for a couple years to taking food orders from hundreds of people across the country for five nights a week.
I make my way through the labyrinthine rooms of the Clockwork Mansion and finally get Jindosh in range for his nap, the raging psychopath that he is. Then I die, because the Clockwork Soldiers shoot electricity beams?
After robbing a completely unrelated house of its contents and knocking out everyone in the vicinity, I head into Jindosh’s Clockwork Mansion… and promptly reveal myself to him in grand fashion before frantically running about until I manage to make my way into his walls.
I set out to clear Taka Pass, Kusa Village, and the Gale Shrine of everything that I’d miss… and get thoroughly savaged by a bunch of dogs who should really be out in the world helping people instead of hanging out in a cave all day.