Just what!? All of them were just waiting to be exploded. Which I was wielding the Orgis, the rocket launcher, they got exploded.
Now this was sweet. A player who is rank 0, so probably only being playing for a few hours, joined a much higher level mission by mistake. But we all worked together and got through it just fine 🙂
I’ve been back on the Kuva fortress recently to farm for a new melee stance called Cyclone Kraken for Machetes (wont mention that the drop tables were broken, so it wasnt even possible to get for a few days) But dam sometimes the sense of depth is amazing
Will finally bite the bullet and type a little something about Warframe. It is a game that I have been playing for over two years now. So I’m at a point where I feel like I know enough to share some frame builds and riven set ups.
But for now I’ll post Warframe happenings. In game captures of moments and silly things I come across.
Sometimes noticing just how pretty the game can be. And yes I’m on Lua, thats right on the moon!
This gif perfectly dipicts how I am feeling about Nier Automata being released next friday. Expect fanboying/a review from moi a week or so afterwards. If the game allows me to sleep of course
There two bottles today as I made a mistake when ordering it seems 🙂 Also hello from up north!
On the right we have Kringly Kris from Lervig brewery (that rings a bell actually) standing at 4.7%. Aroma is christmas pudding like, with raisins and chocolate. Taste is coffee, chocolate, some very light spices that are hard to place. Its also quite a dry beer with a clean finish
On the left we have Blonde de Noel from Caulier brewery standing at 10%. Now this one will be drunk later in the day after dinner. And i didnt realise that i would be elsewhere for the next few days. so this will be updated when I can get to a computer
Here we have Puur la trappe from Koningshoeven brewery standing at 4.7%. The aroma was nothing but hops. While thankfully the taste was indeed hoppy but a lot more balanced, with a light sweetness and bitter. Way more drinkable than I expected.
Today I learnt that I cant count. I should have two bottles left after this one but I have three. Luckily two of them are christmassy ones so I can pretend that I planned to do two bottles for christmas day all along.
Now then, here we have Just another IPA from Kees brewery standing at 6.5%. Now the aroma in this one might have a hop that I dont recognise, I like it though. Theres also notes of roasted apples, yeast and a bitter nut. Taste is hoppy bitter thats just on the right level, honey, bread and quite malty. A very medium body, enough carbonation and leaves you with a bitter taste. Nice.
This is Dipa v9 from Cloudwater brewery standing at 9%. This neither hid the strength nor let it become too much. You could still smell and taste a bunch of flavours, and it didnt make you recoil after each drink. Speaking of aromas, there is a mix of citrus fruits and some hops. While the taste is fruity, lightly bitter maybe better to say lightly peppery, touch of sweetness at the end and a smack of alcohol thats just right. Id actually say the texture is just over a medium but not quite a heavy one. Carbonation is fine and plentiful. A very well put together beer that I would say try it if you can.