The Face of Rage

 Posted by at 7:07 am  DDO, Game Play  Add comments
Mar 102017
 

Something about the idea of skeletons with beards is … disturbing.

Now add in the fact that there are so many of them, and they Slow you when you try to escape, and things can get pretty fearsome.

Did I mention that they hate you? Utterly? And not just any hate but color-me-orange, rage-filled hatred?

Because they do.

Bearded skeletons filled with anger, jostling each other as they mill back and forth, trying to get the best angle to swipe at you.

This is what rage looks like.

Hope you put on your heavy armor this morning.

🙂 😀 🙂

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  1. Is this from one of the new quests for Update 35 on Lamannia? I don’t recognize this picture from any current quest in DDO.

  2. It makes sense that beards, hair etc last awhile–slow decay

  3. Looks like the dwarf battle-ragers from Auglorrassa’s lair/raid/nest.

    On a separate note, I’m growing my beard out like theirs but my chin part is only about 3″ down from so far. And since mine is turning white and I have blue eyes, I’ve been told that I look like a very tall and somewhat slimmer Santa Claus. Hmm, not much rage there…guess I have unleased my inner jolly fat-man.

    I like the attachment in the armor for beard protection. I’ll have to think about that. Keep it out of chimney fires, keep dear from nibbling on it, …hmm

  4. Oh gosh. Bearded skeletons? They must have taken good enough care of they’re beards in life that the skin preserved well enough in death they could keep the beards

  5. It’s all pretty simple, really.. Not even physics wants to get between a battlerager and his beard. Death is all, “hey, that should probably fall off,” and the ‘ragers (who are still not convinced they’ve actually died in the first place) give death and science a glare that simultaneously says “you really don’t want to go there/I will straight axe the laws of physics in the fruits” and they just kind of let that one go.
    Pick your fights, y’know? Much safer to nitpick that the rock and the empty pint fall at the same speed.

What do you think?

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