All Articles by Skye Nathaniel

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All Articles by Skye Nathaniel

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All Articles by Skye Nathaniel

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A Real Clan for Real Players of Destiny 2 on PC

If you’ve been playing Destiny 2 on PC, it may interest you to know that we are currently recruiting for our new clan! American Lasers is a well-rounded group of friends that includes players who’ve done it all in Destiny 1 alongside newcomers fresh to the game. You’re welcome either way as long as you play nice with others!

Although on average most of our playtime is likely to be PvE, we have members who are interested in PvP as well. If you would like to run both the raid and Trials alike with a group of players who are generally relaxed, good-humored, and patient (except for Adam) but still serious about trying to get things done, this should be a good fit for you.

We aim to keep the clan XP flowing and Hawthorne’s bonus engrams piling up. Come hang out on Discord and play casually, or look for scheduled sessions via The 100 for dedicated activities like exotic quest steps or the weekly Nightfall. Maybe we’ll even organize legacy raids in Destiny 1 on PS4 if enough members are interested.

The clan is still ramping up, but we hope to grow it quickly; you can be a part of that! Just drop a join request at our clan profile on Bungie’s site. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to leave a comment below or get in touch through Twitter.

Gauging Interest in a Terraria Server

Hi, everybody. Skye here. I’ve become interested in hosting a dedicated server for a Terraria world, but first I’d like to get some idea of how many people would want to participate.

So since 1.3 came out I know a lot of people are playing—I’m an excited newcomer, myself. But this server would be a little unusual. See, I want to play on mediumcore. That’s the difficulty setting where you drop your equipment and inventory when you die. Let me explain! I think that it’s the most fun way to approach multiplayer because, without consequences for dying, people don’t need each other. All of the players can just do their own thing. What’s the point of that? We might as well all play single-player.

If we’ve got nothing to lose by playing alone, then we’ve got nothing to gain by playing together. But, if we add the possibility of getting into real trouble, then we change the game into something where we have to work together.

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