Mar 182016

While running the Haunted Halls of Eveningstar the other night, a guildmate commented on how satisfying it was to loot the big piles of gold.

And it is, too, in a way that clicking the Take All button on a chest can never match. You look, you search, and you come out with loot!

Sort of.

In honor of Hazelnut, Kitalea, and everyone else who has ever had this thought:



How It Looks

How It Looks



How It Feels

How It Feels



What it really is

How It Really Is






I imagine I will keep doing it anyway.

πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€ πŸ™‚

  7 Responses to “Huge Piles Of Loot”

Comments (7)
  1. I love these huge loot piles πŸ˜€

  2. Massive piles of treasure, yet after searching through you come away with a few things & the pile appears undiminished.. i like to imagine that dragons are basically huge lizardy fire-spewing magpies with poor impulse control who’d make the “guests” on hoarders blush, and the vast majority of the heap is just a collection of every shiny piece of tat they’ve managed to collect & the adventurers just grab a couple of likely-looking things while trying to avoid the more stinky & gross-looking stuff.

  3. I think Gianthold was the first time I encountered these dragon’s hoard wonders (in DDO), totally what one expected to find, yet there was still lots of swimming and snow[gold]-angels πŸ˜‰

    It may be cliche, but this is the D&D flavour I enjoy πŸ™‚
    (I even loot it all doing Gargamel runs…)

  4. Years ago, a fellow pugger told me that there was a very rare chance of pulling Hearts of Wood. That was a wind up, wasn’t it ….? (sounds of scrabbling through gold just in case)

  5. Is there a wiki page for gold piles? I can’t find one…

What do you think?

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