Where one girls imagination runs riot.
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I am 20 years old, suffer from Anxiety Attacks/ Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Some of my posts may be relevant to this.
Today, I spent all day cleaning and puppy proofing my room in preparation for half term when we get our new Sheltie pup. Haven’t had to do this in years so completely forgot about hiding wires, moving breakables, soft chewable things like shoes etc away from his reach.
Luckily, we thought about it yesterday so have begun prepping the house for his arrival. It’s also nice because it gives me an excuse to have a thorough clean of my entire room. I’ve only got some sweeping left and the job is done.
There’s less than three weeks to go, and we need to get all new puppy stuff. Wish us luck.
Thursday - Takeaway night with Rebecca and Sophie
Thursday after takeaway - Zumba with Rebecca
Friday - Babysitting for Katie.
Saturday - Kirsties partay
Sunday - die of exhaustion
I’ve always shyly enjoyed the LEGO games but this game is a really lovely fan-service. It has the usual LEGO charm, but sticks closely to the LOTR films including nearly every “fucking yes!” moment that fans of the series want to see.
I grinned my ears off when Gimli yelled “That still only counts as one!” when I (Legolas) shot down an Oliphant during the battle outside of Minas Tirith, when the Elves marched into Helms Deep and stood there with all their LEGO armor; Aragorn saying “You are most welcome”.
My worry was that the game would be a short glimpse of all things Middle Earth and not nearly enough to satisfy my fandom, but the expansive overworld and the fact that it took me a good 9-10 hours to finish a single playthrough, barely touching all the unlockables and extras provided was a huge relief and threw my worries out the window.
I’m not calling this a review or anything, but it really impressed me and because I know a lot of my friends share my love for the franchise, I thought I’d share what I thought.
(No online multi-player is this games only downfall)