This past week some decisions have been made.
I concluded, for now, the Age of Wonders III, where the campaigns of the Elves and the Eternal Lords were concluded. The game was replaced by Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
– I’m already at level 32, where I complete a few more side quests and main quests from the College of Winterhold.
– At the moment I’m doing Dawnguard DLC where I chose to be a Vampire.
– I am considering if I will go to the next DLC after finishing the Dawnguard.
In Amnesia: The Dark Descent
– I am already more than half of the past game, where I obviously scared several times.
– Over the course of the game I had forgotten how dark this game is, where the voices of the characters this time sound better than the first one I played with my friend.
– Since I won’t be picking up the game again, I don’t care what ending I will have.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons
– I caught another new fish and insect that are already part of the collection, but also some new clothes.
In The Elder Scrolls: Online
– Completed all Aldmeri Dominion alliance quests and right now I’m making the Daggerfall Covenant alliance quests which is my last alliance to make before moving on to the first chapter, Morrowind, that came out in the game.
– Unfortunately the addons I used for a few weeks have not been updated and the Mini map i miss it a lot in the game. So, I deleted the addons I had and went looking for new ones and the game is fluid.
To tell you the truth, I don’t know what next game I will play after finishing the two I am now playing and I was thinking about this, I made a decision:
- As I gradually finish the single-play games, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Amnesia: The Dark Descent, I plan to play several MMORPGs.
- I intend to distribute them over the several days of the week, where I intend to do this until the end of the year.
- I will most likely pick up Black Desert Online and Guild Wars 2 first as soon as I finish Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
- I don’t know if I will rotate between the various MMORPGs or not, every week, but in principle I will not do that.
- Once I complete The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, I will redo the schedule, where in the days of weeks I will choose MMORPGs that I have already played in order to continue exploring and completing the various goals. While on weekends I will include some MMORPGs on Saturday and others on Sunday in order to have more hours to play each one of them.
A possible schedule:
Saturday: Blade & Soul, Guild Wars 2 and The Elder Scrolls: Online.
Sundays: Final Fantasy 14, Black Desert Online and The Elder Scrolls: Online.