I meander through Zora’s Domain, harassing the elderly who are rather bitter that Link led the beloved Zora Champion to her death, and then get killed by an angry lion-centaur.
I travel across Draper’s Ward, avoiding the turf war between the Hatters and the Dead Eels, while trying to retrieve Lizzy’s boat from the mutinous Edgar Wakefield… and just sort of lose my mind while trying to marry a couple of unconscious people for Granny Rags, resulting in me jumping up and down on a guy for a few minutes.
Get it!? Because we’re two hours in and our main character’s already been killed by an edgelord in a mask and mugged by a trio of crabs.
Also, Pyra’s design is just awful. Why did they decide that the best direction for her would be “shrink-wrapped stripper”?
In this episode, I make my way up the river in the wretched rain; through tons of enemies, many of which were electrical; drowned once; and got a touch of lore before finally reaching Zora’s Domain.
Hey! After a few months (with a month break between recording sessions), I get around to finishing Daud’s side of the story in the first Dishonored.
We start out by spastically fighting Daud’s obsessive Corvo nightmare and then invade Coldridge Prison to rescue a boat captain for our trip up to the Brigmore Manor… and meet an old “friend” from The Knife of Dunwall along the way.
Hey! I start my foray into the sequel of one of my all-time favorite games… and just immediately start ragging on Rex and his stupid assless chaps.
Otherwise, I muddle my way through all that plot and tutorial right in the beginning and get mugged by a bunch of crabs and die.
I pick a direction and wander aimlessly through the hills, valleys, and swamps until I finally find something of note: the plot! And a pretty, pretty fish-man with just THE BEST personality and music.