>not posting the comfiest game of all time
Why aren't you warming up by the fire, /v/?
>Doing Dungeons for kicks with my Shaman
>Realize I can use far sight inside the dungeon
>That feel when curiosity led me to this sight
It's a damn shame World of Warcraft went to shit, I used to love exploring, doing pals and just having some good'ol fun times doing pvp and dungeons. The second they made it retard-friendly in Cataclysm is the second I knew It's was time for me to leave.
>not knowing you could glitch through one of the walls and actually walk around in there
I had fun times exploring all of the locked/unused content too. Cataclysm fucked that up though, since most of the good stuff was removed when the world got revamped.
One of the comfiest places from a game comprised of comfy places. Dat music, too.
Monster Hunter makes some pretty comfy places
Too bad it only lasted like 3 seconds.
Nearly everywhere in Skies of Arcadia was comfy though
So when is the next rune factory appearing on console again?
>tfw the halloween candy in WotLK would let you levitate even if you weren't a priest so you could wallwalk again
>tfw you got feared through the wall in that shitty Dalaran Prison dungeon and could walk around outside the world
BC was shitty because there was nothing to explore, Wrath at least gave me a few fun bugs to exploit.
The dingy little apartment you get first in VTMB.
The rain outside and Deb at Night on the radio made it so fucking cosy even if it looked like shit.
Walking through the Great Forest in Oblivion on a sunny day + the soundtrack
Gridania is comfy all over, but Fallgourd in particular is my jam.
>tfw I camped a tauren druid for nearly 15 minutes in Ashenvale who ambushed me when I was training my weapon skill
>just stood there near his body in shadowmeld enjoying the scenary in all of its tranquil glory while I waited
I am a warrior of the night! Sentinel or sent to hell
Something about IV that captures the comfy of Revelations
Ashenvale is a place for Orc genocides first and foremost
Even with the enemies I found this place comfy, especially with the music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6I-n7xK03A
Also the train chapter from the sequel was pretty comfy.
it was incredible when I started in 2006. it was better than real life. I wish I could experience it all over again. I haven't found that same sense of enjoyment anywhere else in life since.
>ironforge airport/on top of ironforge
>under stormwind and under orgrimmar
>pre-TBC testing zone outside of deadmines
>that one island in tanaris that was a bitch to get to
i did it all, brehs. i did it all. no other MMO understood what vanilla wow understood. exploration was fucking GOAT.
>Going under stormforge and orgimmar
I think it was called stormforge, it was so long ago
I loved the attention when I just slipped through the wall and ran around on this mars like landscape beneath the cities
I wish I could find a better picture but
These are my favorite areas/aesthetic in video games. Rooms that look like they just expand into the horizon endlessly
i wish i could discover this place for the first time again
Fucking Kelethin. Something about a city in the trees was so fucking cool when I first saw it
and falling off and dying really gave a feeling of consequence to your actions.
Is this is WoW gltich dump thread now?
I miss dueling outside of ironforge, stormwind and goldshire. Those were the days
Outside of org also gets an honourable mention
You haven't seen lonely yet, nerd. Have you ever been Top-of-Blackrock-Mountain-Before-Flying-Mounts lonely?
Broke my heart when they removed its accessibility from the game. Fixed my heart when they made it a toy.
The prettiest place I'd ever seen pre-BC.
Screenshots from an old Blogspot I used to have for a cross-server guild I used to run. I wish I still had all my old original screenshots from Vanilla.
But no, to answer your question. From the Burning Crusade time period.
Couldn't find a better picture, but Phantasy Star Online Ep 1 & 2 are as comfy as it gets for me, especially due to the magical soundtrack
Almost all of oldschool is/was comfy. Top comfy, in fact. A great escape.
for my contribution
I'd probably fall off a cliff and die or get eaten by a Zinogre but whatever.
Don't mind me, just being the comfiest zone in the future
You mean kind of like this?
Fuck. I just installed the mod where you can make heroes and talk to people; closest we can ever get back to it. RIP in piece, Statesmen. ;_;
Not like that, I saw a few different guys use the hills to jump up onto the tower and slowfall over the fence, but this one guy literally just started jumping up the invisible wall right at the gate. Like he was climbing the stairway to heaven.
Fucking Hell, it doesn't skip to the part in the video. Copy/paste it into your URL if you want to see what I'm talking about.
I regret how cringeworthy some of my shit used to be.
Ah, I know what you're talking about. That used to be the really, really hold way to do it. Back in Vanilla and early BC if I recall correctly. The way walls worked is that they were almost always at an angle in which your character could clip onto, no matter how seemingly vertical - if you faced your character at the perfect angle, usually Northward-ish, you can just jump forward and scale walls. It's how I climbed Blockrock Mountain. Fun shit.
You're not supposed to be in the snow, dumbass, you're supposed to sit by a warm fireplace in a cottage gazing out of the window with a hot cumcoa.
>tfw I never took one last screenshot of my hero
>You will never stand in line under Atlas for a Costume Contest again
>You will never make your own mission chain, fleshing out your character's backstory and giving them an arch-enemy
>You will never witness the death of Statesmen again
>You will never fight Hamidon for the first time ever again
>You will never go to the Hollows and slip around on the ice in Frostfire's mission ever, ever again
>You will never super-jump, fly and teleport around
>You will never scale buildings by jumping from windowledge to windowledge
>You will never, ever play City of Heroes again
The whole Highway 17 chapter always felt pretty comfy to me.
>You will NEVER, EVER AGAIN hold onto a copy of a City of Heroes comic book mailed to your home just paid for the game subscription
>You will never play an MMO where the company sends you physical memorabilia as a token of thanks for loving them
Over 3 years since it's closure and I still search weekly about the game's possible return.
One company has been in negotiations with NCSoft since mid 2014, but has been under NDA (or not, can't even disclose the existence of NDA) ever since.
It was my first ever MMO back in 2004. It was a game I never got bored of. Not to mention it had literally the best community I've ever seen.
But even if it did come back, it would never receive any updates. The studio that injected so much love into the game and its story is gone for good. It breaks my heart
Up until Black Flag, all Assassin's Creed had at least 1 ubercomfy place