I found myself wandering aimlessly around Wizard's Folly; then I came across this little spot and the memories came flooding back. I would usually bring a friend along and sit and chat for hours. It's probably one of my favourite spots in the game.
...at the highest point of that road there is a spot where you can oversee the entire Ahford village with the small fields and houses and the waterfalls on the left.
This is my favourite place in presearing, as it wakes up memories from when I first played the game 12 years ago. I remember walking that road for the first time and when I reached the spot and saw the view, I thought "Wow, awesome graphics, this looks like an amazing game!"
But yeah I feel like that church in ruins with the dark stormy clouds in the sky kind of foreshadowed the searing It was hard to get a great angle without unlocking camera, I suggest you go see it in-game if you haven't yet!
But yeah I feel like that church in ruins with the dark stormy clouds in the back kind of foreshadowed the searing It was hard to get a great angle without unlocking camera, I suggest you go see it in-game if you haven't yet!
Another fun thread from Fawn! The posts so far have been good. So many memorable and scenic places in presearing. Another good one is that overlook behind Cynn where you can watch the humans and Charr fighting it out. As far as nostalgia and sentimental value I have to agree with M E I R. The secret garden and Regent Valley as a whole stand out the most.
Why? When I first started playing in 2008 and joined my first guild my guild leader took me to that area and gave me a bunch of novelty items. Had no idea at the time that these were actually gifts of the huntsman. Forgot the guild leader's name but never forgot that experience. He was a cool presearing necromancer/elementalist. Got my first glimpse of power watching him destroy everything. So when I came back to the game a couple years ago I was inspired to make a presearing necromancer/elementalist in honor of him. Special place