Destiny 2: Things to Finish at the End of the Season & Last TWAB

The season is wrapping up, and many players are taking a break. I finished my Master Vow runs on the weekend. I might continue to do some Master Vow Rhulk Cps in the future, but there’s no reason to do them until the challenge is active again.

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Star Trek Picard S02: The Woke Shitification of Trek

I’m sort of speechless. It’s terrible. It’s so bad. It’s worse than I could ever imagine. How could they turn one of my favorite characters, Jean-Luc Picard, into this BS? Writers who don’t know their source material, like idiots rewriting bullshit. It’s the worst Trek series, and it’s terrible TV.

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Apple’s Stellar Severance S01 In A Corporate World

Someone recommended Severance to me. The way I usually gauge new shows is that one recommendation isn’t enough to sway me, but I waited for a couple to make a more significant impact before diving into it. I wasn’t disappointed. There’s a reason why Netflix is freaking out. The way to go is to have more curated experience in shows, to go for quality over quantity. This is probably one of the best TV shows that’s I’ve seen in a while, in a world filled with ST: Picard (đź—‘).

Warning: Some spoilers ahead.

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Batman 2022: Way Better Than I Expected From The Twilight Universe

The release of the new Batman movie came and passed, and to be honest, I wasn’t that interested as soon as I heard that the titular role had been taken over by Robert Pattinson, infamous for his Twilight fame. It didn’t help the movie that it was about three hours long. However, it’s very good.

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Moon Knight: It Took Only 5 Eps For It To Be Good

Until this week, I have to say that Moon Knight was kind of average. Maybe a bit below average, especially for a MCU show. I’m not sure exactly what the goal of this show was. Maybe it was hit by delays and a decrease in scope because of the pandemic, I’m actually unsure. I have read a couple of the Moon Knight comics before. It’s safe to say that eps 1-4 weren’t nominal. Ep 5 was like a 10/10.

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Destiny 2: Master Vow of the Disciple & Adept Loot

When Master Vault of Glass launched in Destiny 2, last summer, I spent hours getting that first clear. Then, we proceeded to systematically clear each encounter, week after week, for the adept loot and the Fatebreaker seal. We got it all done. I haven’t done Master VoG since. What’s the point? I got my god rolls.

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Destiny 2 Witch Queen: Vow of the Disciple Raid

Around 10 days after the launch of Witch Queen, the Vow of the Disciple raid launched. This is the first original raid that they’ve released since Beyond Light’s Deep Stone Crypt. Vault of Glass was basically a remix. The World’s First raid race was marred with connection issues.

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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen

I played the new Destiny 2 expansion on release day. There was a snafu with my collector’s edition, which would arrive only 2 weeks after launch, much to my dismay. It also didn’t include a game code, which was annoying. Luckily, I sort of expected this, so I got myself another deluxe edition to be able to play on day one.

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Hawkeye Season 1: Better Than Eternals & Shang Chi

There’s finally some more MCU content to watch. I went into this series with mixed feelings, a bit like Falcon & the Winter Soldier. Hawkeye has never been a character who I thought deserved his own series. But in a year which has been filled with bad releases, so far, for movies at least, except for Spider-Man No Way Home, and after the stellar Wandavision and Loki, there’s a lot of space for good TV. And Disney+ needs it. How does it fare?

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Destiny 2: Season of the Lost, Bungie’s 30th Anniversary Pack

It’s been about a month since the release of the anniversary pack, and things got busy quickly over here in Taipei. I took a break from playing during the month of November. I just couldn’t stomach grinding and playing the same stuff over and over again. I wanted to do GMs and gild my Conqueror title. I haven’t done that yet, but thankfully I’ll probably end up doing it before the end of this absurdly long season.

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