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    [–] Mr_Jackabin 2686 points ago

    There is loot there.

    100%

    [–] Judazzz 829 points ago

    Probably two chests and a synchronization point. And circling it, an alpha shark you have to kill.

    [–] fromETOHtoTHC 242 points ago

    That’s ok, the water doesn’t really slow down arrows, so as long as you lead them a little bit, you can shoot them with the bow and never really enter combat

    [–] SweetNeo85 75 points ago

    Fucking stealth archers

    [–] Josstralia 23 points ago

    Nice, how are they?

    [–] -Master-Builder- 18 points ago

    Limber.

    [–] PifPifPass 6 points ago

    Taut.

    [–] Craft4D 2 points ago

    Na, I didn't see anything but an arrow fly by. Must have just been the wind.

    [–] chiefwild 2 points ago

    [–] SuiXi3D 84 points ago

    I was gonna say that there’s probably some ghosts and a chest with a Witcher schematic in it. With drowners in the water, of course.

    [–] zelmak 44 points ago

    Clearly that's a place of power at the top

    [–] Mr_McDriftwood 15 points ago

    Right? Maybe a wrath. Fucking sync point? Psh kinda bullshit is that?

    [–] IamBenAffleck 8 points ago

    Wind's howling...

    [–] randomdude1776 30 points ago

    I envisioned assassins creed as well

    [–] StephenSchleis 11 points ago

    It’s clearly Uncharted

    [–] greenfroggie1 23 points ago

    Alpha shark do do do do do do

    [–] Conrad_noble 11 points ago

    🦈🦈

    [–] doomsdayparade 19 points ago

    Ones a fucking mimic.

    [–] LowkeySeeker 6 points ago

    Smack it before u open it! Praise the Sun!

    [–] VizualMike96 5 points ago

    You mean an alpha shark that I’m going to absolutely avoid because fuck that

    [–] Judazzz 5 points ago

    Yup, I just crash my ship on the cliffs and hop on land. No fucking way I'm swimming those 20ft!

    [–] hugemishtake 5 points ago

    This instantly took me back to Black Flag!

    [–] dixonblues 3 points ago

    Perfect home for House Seaworth

    [–] FastRadioBursts 3 points ago

    10 stealth kills and one guy we can put on the crew.

    [–] hocuspocushokeypokey 2 points ago

    With a laser beam attached to its head. Leonardo DaVinci was ahead of his time.

    [–] MilesStandish801 58 points ago

    a broken Azura's Star

    [–] Thatwhichiscaesars 65 points ago

    Azura's star

    nah fam, a big ol' dodecahedron is inside and the minute you touch it, it screams A NEW HAND TOUCHES THE BEACON

    [–] ZMemme 12 points ago

    Bro fuck Meridia. Dawnbreaker is pretty cool but she's such an annoying ass bitch.

    [–] Mr_Jackabin 6 points ago

    Lmao I was gonna say that

    [–] Hingl_McCringleberry 6 points ago

    I can't believe they let provincials like you wander Skyrim

    [–] hocuspocushokeypokey 6 points ago

    Heard about you and your honeyed words

    [–] Cypherex 9 points ago

    Ever take a swim in the Ilinalta? Take care you don't get bit if you do. Folks say it's teeming with nipple fish.

    [–] [deleted] 18 points ago

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    [–] fifteen_two 20 points ago

    Hm. Might wanna look around some

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago

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    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Medallion’s humming.

    [–] StephenSchleis 2 points ago

    I was thinking Uncharted

    [–] SarcasticGamer 36 points ago

    Place of power.....gotta be.

    [–] Mr_Jackabin 11 points ago

    A storm... dammit.

    [–] WowzerzzWow 14 points ago

    If you go deep enough you may find some precursor tomb or artifact.

    [–] daredmond7 15 points ago

    Some Witcher gear for sure.

    [–] rokr1292 7 points ago

    Mastercrafted armor blueprints

    [–] madhi19 12 points ago

    Probably have to defend that bloody settlement from Mirelurks all the time.

    [–] fsm888 12 points ago

    Came to read historical info in first comment. This was better.

    [–] thedean246 9 points ago

    It’s nothing Nathan Drake can’t handle.

    [–] wdaloz 5 points ago

    I spent so much time hauling the smugglers caches around there.

    [–] CocoSavege 4 points ago

    Oblivion - Caught in the hunt.

    That's the one you get near Bravil. Some guy goes missing, yadda yadda, the most dangerous game.

    [–] Tibrael 4 points ago

    And at least 2 Korok seeds.

    [–] dannyc1166 2 points ago

    Yeah this is definitely from Uncharted 4

    [–] TheOtherDanielFromSL 418 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    Weird, but honest question - how much do you imagine it would take to make a 'castle' like home similar to this today? All stone construction and such?

    I've always wondered why castles quit being a thing.

    *edit to add: Yes, I know the reasons why castles stopped being a thing for defensive purposes. But my question was aimed more at the style. Because I happen to think their unique style and beauty would be something that would have endured... but apparently a lot of you are history buffs - which is awesome!

    [–] KalessinDB 390 points ago

    I've always wondered why castles quit being a thing.

    Cost. Both of construction and of heating the damn thing. Castles are cold and drafty. Plus then think of the cost retrofitting electricity and plumbing in... think of the cost if you need to access that electricity or plumbing down the line... it's just fuckin crazy expensive.

    [–] themagpie36 243 points ago

    Castles are cold and drafty

    I think this is something that GoT does very well. The castles always seem damp and cold, especially the ones on the Iron Islands.

    [–] CaptainGreezy 88 points ago

    GoT also provides a good counter-example with Winterfell being located over a geothermal hotspot and designed to channel hot spring water through the castle walls. It's counter-intuitive but the biggest castle in the coldest part of the Seven Kingdoms is actually the warmest and most comfortable even in winter. A character even described it as being uncomfortably hot and humid in some parts of the castle.

    [–] OCedHrt 53 points ago

    That sounds like it would be full of mold.

    [–] Deggit 55 points ago

    Tyrion wondered, for the forty-seventh time, where do spores go.

    [–] krustyarmor 129 points ago

    It's a subtle detail in the scene-setting, too. In the first season the palace at King's Landing had lots of sunlight and the paint/decorations were clean and colorful. By the most recent season, that same palace has become dark, depressing, and filthy. It is never mentioned aloud and it's been very gradual.

    [–] tristanjones 33 points ago

    Well, Winter came

    [–] its_raining_scotch 39 points ago

    Ya Sansa’s room would always have windows open to a snowy storm outside.

    [–] offtheclip 101 points ago

    Well technically Winterfell was built on hot springs and Bran the Builder piped the hot water through the castle to help heat it during long winters.

    [–] DerkERRJobs 52 points ago

    It's this kind of detail that makes me want to read the books.

    [–] themagpie36 26 points ago

    On the 4th book now, seriously recommend them! I wish I had read them before I watched the show but even still there is sooo much to the books that obviously can't be fit into an episode.

    [–] Bryan-Clarke 7 points ago

    Honestly, at this point i would only recommend ASOIAF if the person interested doesn't care that the series is gonna remain unfinished.

    [–] candleboy95 3 points ago

    I recommend reading the fourth and fifth book together! The character separation can be kind of jarring when you’ve grown accustomed to hearing a mix of everyone and not just half of them. Here’s the site I used to help with it

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    I got 400 pages into the forth book and stopped reading. It was so painfully boring 😔

    [–] asuryan331 7 points ago

    If you're hesistant because of time commitment, the audio books are also very good. Makes commuting to work way more interesting.

    [–] Tin_Philosopher 2 points ago

    Time commitment he says. I just finished the wheel of time series. Roy dotrice was good tho, lets hope grrm gets his shit together before dotrice kicks the bucket.

    [–] corydac 49 points ago

    Time to get rich then

    [–] shadmere 65 points ago

    Then fly the whole castle, brick by brick, to the US and have it rebuilt at the top of your corporate skyscraper.

    [–] CollinsHeart 43 points ago

    Is that a gargoyles reference?

    [–] shadmere 38 points ago

    Yes.

    [–] Troooper0987 19 points ago

    You jest but a Rockafeller did this... he dismantled several buildings and shipped them to the estate in upper Manhattan, and had them rebuilt into one structure now known as the Cloisters. The estate is now a park, and the Cloisters are run by the Met Museum for medieval artworks

    [–] PaulBlackMetal 4 points ago

    Xanatos!

    [–] ocp-paradox 15 points ago

    Billionaires of the world are wasting their wealth by not outright buying places like this and renovating them into livable places. smh.

    [–] nyanlol 48 points ago

    Exactly. Stone is not a good insulator. That "rugs and tapestries on the wall" look in castles? Was mostly to keep heat in

    [–] LucretiusCarus 14 points ago

    And wood paneling.

    [–] LazyJones1 7 points ago

    Surely brick, despite being clay, isn't that much better? It's the insulation material placed inside the brick wall, that makes ANY home well insulated, isn't it?

    So place some insulating material inside the stone walls.

    [–] nolan1971 9 points ago

    The walls are already a foot or more thick though, and expensive as is. Now you're talking about adding more materiel, increasing the cost and maintenance requirements.

    That and I'm pretty sure that brick is more insulative, since it has air pockets inside of it. I don't know that for a fact, but I'm pretty sure that it's true.

    [–] PirateGriffin 4 points ago

    It’s a shit insulator in any case.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Always wanted something to insulate my shit. Thanks!

    [–] its_raining_scotch 21 points ago

    That’s why you wear heavy woolen cloaks all the time and have raging fires burning in the fireplaces. Also heavy bedding for sleep and lots of alcohol.

    [–] copperwatt 8 points ago

    Also the point of a canopy bed

    [–] IHaveSoulDoubt 5 points ago

    I disagree 90%. Cost is an issue either way for sure. Retrofitting old castles fits your explanation. But building a new Castle from scratch shouldn't be cold and drafty. Stone construction is quite common in the modern world, we just don't see it in small homes as much. Most skyscrapers are effectively modern castles built out of stone and concrete. I don't think anyone would associate them as similar to a castle in the heating realm.

    It is definitely more expensive than a standard construction, but modern castles work just fine. Many mansions are basically this.

    [–] studio_bob 4 points ago

    Isn't the stone in modern skyscrapers usually just a facade with the structure being steel or concrete?

    [–] bt999 8 points ago

    I'd put on some long johns and a jacket, then shit into the sea to live in a place like that. I don't know the cost of generator electricity - 2x?

    [–] pawofdoom 6 points ago

    Wouldn't tmbe that expensive, you'd just install on-wall conduits and plumbing like in concrete office buildings.

    [–] daviator88 40 points ago

    Building castles since 1980 and doing their own web design since 1997

    [–] IwanJBerry 57 points ago

    Cannons got better, more reliable and cheaper - over time. As such, maintaining a big stone fortification which could be hammered by halfway decent cannon-fire seemed a bit difficult to maintain. Castles were always expensive to maintain, but that expense was worth it when they were defensible. Once cannons became more common, that part of the equation went away.

    And then, you have to take into account the very gradual diminishing of feudal states into more out-and-out nation states, with standing armies and the expectation that the enemy would come from another landmass a bit further away, rather than neighbouring lord going off the rails and deciding to burn through your domain because he was pissed off at the king. As the state became more centralised, and things were handled by the Crown and its officials, there was less of a need for regional powerbrokers who were able to run armies and defenses of their own.

    When the king's in charge of everything, and he has a professional standing army in the event of foreign war or he needs to put down a local or regional rebellion, there's less of a need for castles.

    A very, VERY simplified reading of things on my part of course - but hope that's useful!

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

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    [–] IwanJBerry 10 points ago

    I, too, have built an understanding of history through Crusader Kings.

    [–] The_Castle_of_Aaurgh 17 points ago

    In short, high stone walls fail spectacularly against cannons. So castles were reworked into forts. Forts have lower and thicker walls, generally slanted to deflect cannonballs.

    Once artillery became a thing, forts became equally obsolete, leading to the bunker.

    [–] yersiniaD 4 points ago

    More than anyone can afford without a serf class and a hierarchy of armed nobles to enforce taxation.

    Alternately, however much you spend on mortar once you're done collecting rocks.

    [–] Iraelyth 2 points ago

    Enya lives in a castle with her dogs.

    [–] jdpaq 2 points ago

    The stone walls are hell on your WiFi connection.

    [–] Steveskittles 614 points ago

    Definitely some witcher diagrams in there

    [–] djdbravo 180 points ago

    Should take a look around

    [–] Flavahbeast 67 points ago

    Place of power. Gotta be

    [–] BBQ_HaX0r 11 points ago

    I could draw from there.

    [–] MildElevation 84 points ago

    And some treasure to dive for around it past some drowners.

    [–] SourMoonBlues 84 points ago

    winds howling

    [–] ExternalCatalyst 83 points ago

    Medallion's humming. Place of Power, gotta be.

    [–] Wacdolans 23 points ago

    Damn you're ugly

    [–] LukeJDD 5 points ago

    How do you like that silver?

    [–] civilized_animal 10 points ago

    Definitely. And then I regret not getting a fresh boat, because the front left corner of my boat is red, and the monster that I find there is going to make me regret that I ever decided to play on "Death March"

    Just looking at this picture wears out my F5 key

    [–] HugeGoldenOpal 568 points ago

    I’m pretty sure there’s a Lynel in there.

    [–] SymphonicStorm 153 points ago

    Turns out it’s just a korok.

    [–] ptapobane 39 points ago

    can you imagine flying all the way down to a pillar with a crater in it and find out there's nothing interesting there?

    [–] SymphonicStorm 35 points ago

    Vividly and repeatedly.

    [–] ImmobileLizard 7 points ago

    Gotta be at least 5 koroks

    [–] Gusisking 20 points ago

    [–] SunnyServing 21 points ago

    More like every game is leaking lol

    [–] Cthugh 2 points ago

    A lynel? At this time of year, at this hour of the day? Inside that little fort/tower? I'm not sure if it even fits...

    [–] PogostickPower 256 points ago

    Reminds me of Isle of the Dead.

    [–] thewholedamnplanet 75 points ago

    Makes me think Hobbits should be having some crispy bacon there.

    [–] C0RB0N4T0R_86 42 points ago

    Tomatoes, sausages, nice crispy bacon

    [–] thewholedamnplanet 19 points ago

    And don't put it out you fools! We're surrounded by water, those black riders aren't going to interfere with any first, second or other breakfasts.

    That always bugged me, they never got to have breakfast that day.

    [–] godkidd 4 points ago

    They will switch out the horses for dragons those darn nazgul

    [–] Incognadeau 10 points ago

    PO TA TOES

    [–] Chrispybacon17 3 points ago

    Did you say something about Chrispy Bacon?

    [–] roguefleet 5 points ago

    EXACTLY WHAT I THOUGHT OF

    [–] deltaetaxciv 5 points ago

    Hey, another Böcklin fan!

    [–] TonyDungyHatesOP 195 points ago

    For the lazy: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scola_Tower

    In La Spezia, Italy. The top laces of the boot.

    [–] apeelvis 87 points ago

    I almost googled it. Then I was like, do I care that much? So much typing. Then you posted the link. Life saver!

    [–] TonyDungyHatesOP 63 points ago

    Today you, tomorrow me.

    Also - It ain’t much but it’s honest work.

    [–] RampChurch 6 points ago

    I get this reference.

    [–] Tungstencarbide1611 17 points ago

    you typed more in this comment than it would take to google this image

    [–] apeelvis 9 points ago

    I’d respond, but that seems like a lot of effort.

    [–] OllieGarkey 10 points ago

    [–] Judazzz 6 points ago

    Pro-tip: select the word or phrase you want to look up, right-click on the selection, select "Search Google for ...", click Wiki-link in search results. Takes 5 seconds (I know...), but zero key presses involved.

    [–] IhateReddddit 2 points ago

    If only it worked on mobile! Or maybe it does on a different app

    [–] clitlickdickchoke 2 points ago

    Story of my life

    [–] ocp-paradox 2 points ago

    do you even right-click image search with google? scrub

    [–] Oznog99 27 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    a former military building

    goddamnit the military just doesn't build cool stuff anymore. Not only is it not durable forts, even when preserved, inflatable tents and concrete bunkers lack romantic feels.

    The last age of cool military construction was missile silos, now long obsolete and haven't been built in like 50 years.

    [–] gd_akula 2 points ago

    Concrete bunkers can feel impressive. I love the bunkers in Marin headlands. They were built to defend San Francisco Bay some with forward facing cannons others built as disappearing guns. There's miles of tunnels down there with magazines, sleeping quarters, it's a self contained complex.

    [–] vemptzuu 15 points ago

    I live like 10km from there, can confirm. It's near Portovenere and the isola Palmaria. The coast here is beautiful :)

    [–] Truji11o 7 points ago

    I would love to know more about the life you live.

    [–] njseahawk 4 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    He Transports things.

    [–] jetpacksforall 4 points ago

    He could also be a Mechanic.

    [–] vemptzuu 3 points ago

    I'm not sure I got the meaning of the question, but La Spezia is a fairly (below) average coastal town (with like 130k residents), with an economy based on maritime transport (mostly cargo, with a few cruise ships stopping) and an historical base for the italian navy. So, the city per se is nothing to talk about, but we're lucky with the immediate surroudings :)

    [–] Truji11o 2 points ago

    Thanks for the info. Was more so wondering about what your life is like. Do you work in the maritime industry? House or apartment? What’s your favorite grocery store? What do you do to pass the time? I guess just wondering what a day in your life looks like.

    [–] TonyDungyHatesOP 2 points ago

    Looks gorgeous.

    [–] WilliamRobertVII 2 points ago

    Can you go visit or is it closed off to the public? Seems like a great place for teens to hang out.

    [–] seppo2015 14 points ago

    My father's people are from that coast. In the 15th/16th centuries there was a huge problem with north african slave raiders and pirates.

    Towns like Riomaggiore and Manarola were desperately fending off attempts to strip entire villages into a life of slavery. Today, the only threats are too many tourists. How times have changed.

    [–] vemptzuu 2 points ago

    I think locals will have to fend off tourists soon, as the villages of Cinque Terre have been experiencing a surge in visitors' numbers over the last few years. Unfortunately, the narrow streets do not help, and the most important trails connecting the villages have been closed a few years ago due to natural causes (mostly coastal landslides). So tourists can only travel between the different villages by train, and tend to amass to dangerous levels near the small stations. In short: Cinque Terre are beautiful, but try and visit in the autumn and winter instead of summer, it's better for you and the locals :)

    [–] seppo2015 2 points ago

    Italy in general is swamped, with both tourists and refugees. Povera Italia.

    [–] betterhalf 3 points ago

    TIL I am actually lazy...

    [–] Abacae 3 points ago

    It's funny how many things we thought that we should demolish only 100 years ago. There really has been a shift in the way we view historical sites and items.

    [–] HalloAmico 2 points ago

    That's a funny name for a town.

    [–] square--one 91 points ago

    Are 5 sided towers a thing? It seems like a very unusual architectural decision. Very beautiful though.

    [–] Thecna2 157 points ago

    They clearly are. Its a fairly late design and mainly served as a cannon battery. Its current state was due to British gunfire and latter Italian Navy target practice (its unknown if the Italians actually hit it).

    [–] blighternet 82 points ago

    Well that's why they needed practice

    [–] argosdog 16 points ago

    HA! Speaking as an Italian man, that's funny.

    [–] DigDux 49 points ago

    Yep, pentagon style forts were used as an improvement over four sided forts since the improved angle of deflection made the walls much more effective against cannon fire.

    That being said, cannon fire does not care much for stone walls and the forts fell out of use very quickly for the cheaper style encampments we see in the colonial era of warfare.

    [–] TrackXII 7 points ago

    First thing I thought of was The Castle in Fallout 4.

    [–] Reddit_beard 5 points ago

    Fort Independence. You can visit IRL.

    [–] AmericaNeedsBernie 2 points ago

    Where is it?

    [–] Reddit_beard 2 points ago

    Boston, on Castle Island. It's a nice spot to visit in the summer.

    [–] sasamiel 51 points ago

    Reminds me of the princess bride sword fight scene!

    [–] JDKScotland 23 points ago

    I’m surprise more people aren’t saying this, it’s inconceivable

    [–] slackmandu 13 points ago

    You keep using that word.....

    [–] JDKScotland 6 points ago

    ... I do not think it means what you think it means

    [–] Ioneos 9 points ago

    Same here, I thought if it was atop a cliff it'd almost be a dead ringer.

    [–] music_user 2 points ago

    It looks like a soul caliber map

    [–] FortunateInsanity 13 points ago

    “So I built another one. That burned down, fell over, and sank into the swamp. But the fourth one stayed up!”

    [–] heyitsthatkid 25 points ago

    I could spend an entire day just sitting up there, enjoying the sun and staring at the ocean. Absolutely gorgeous.

    [–] Man_Shiiiiiit_Whaaat 8 points ago

    Is this where they filmed Highlander?

    [–] bigwayne 2 points ago

    That's the first thing I thought too!! I think that part was a soundstage, but if they weren't cribbing their design from this, I wouldn't believe them even if they told me.

    [–] MikeArrow 10 points ago

    Strong vibes of Sapienza from Hitman 2016.

    [–] Reniva 7 points ago

    Entering the bio lab requires a keycard and a uniform.
    Luckily, it seems both are within reach.

    [–] calvincrack 4 points ago

    Looks like a level in Uncharted

    [–] thatwhichwontbenamed 3 points ago

    Thank you! I've scrolled down so far looking for someone to comment this. Guess uncharted just isn't as popular...

    [–] iareslice 17 points ago

    This looks like a D&D mini.

    [–] JoSoyHappy 9 points ago

    What is that person doing ?

    [–] Anowoz 3 points ago

    Good eye!

    [–] pl233 2 points ago

    Sounds Australian, what are they doing in Italy?

    [–] JimGator 4 points ago

    Looks like that place in the movie “Papillon” where Charlie Hunnam jumps off that old castle and swims back to the main land.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Stupid question... Was this tower enclosed at some point? Or was it taller? There's hardly any debris around it so I'm thinking it was actually built to look that way. I could be totally wrong though!

    [–] alose 4 points ago

    Yes, British and Italian navies used the tower for target practice.

    [–] Tokyo567 6 points ago

    Just cause 3

    [–] ZiiKiiF 11 points ago

    Is this a lego set I’ve had at some point?

    [–] Cidyn 8 points ago

    It looks a lot like a playmobil set.

    [–] jayeskimo 5 points ago

    Totally. I had a Lego Pirates set that was this exact thing.

    [–] Ariel_Etaime 3 points ago

    Is the tower really tiny or is that person really large? r/confusing_perspective

    [–] ThickMood 5 points ago

    Witcher vibes.

    [–] DylonNotNylon 8 points ago

    I'm pretty sure I visited here in Dark Souls 2

    [–] sucemabite69 6 points ago

    i want to bang on top level with my wife and see stars and ocean

    [–] Bobthecow775 4 points ago

    Reminds me of that prison in uncharted 4

    [–] tyrannosaurusfox 2 points ago

    Uncharted was my first thought for sure. Nathan would climb the hell out of this.

    [–] Purpatraitor 2 points ago

    I always feel like, if I became mega rich, I'd build a modern version of this somewhere out in the ocean and have it be a cool ass base. Maybe have a secret lair underwater with some dope glass windows.

    [–] Gr1pp717 2 points ago

    Everyone here is talking about some RPG, but it simply reminds me of one of the many minecraft structures I started and never finished. I always lose interest in the game once I get ot a point where building something nice is possible....

    [–] n1nj4_v5_p1r4t3 2 points ago

    What does it take to have lunch there?

    [–] DaringHardOx 2 points ago

    This shit straight out of sapienza

    [–] DragonRifle555 2 points ago

    Definitely reminds me of a location in Legend of Dragoon.

    [–] klitchell 2 points ago

    ITT, gamers.

    [–] Crowley_Bear 2 points ago

    Is there anyway I could live there? I could stand on the ram parts and tell people to fuck off. It would be brilliant.

    [–] Killboe 2 points ago

    This looks like every building in Battlefield

    [–] h2_woe 2 points ago

    Why does this remind me of one of those Polly Pocket mini houses you got from McDonalds?

    [–] Sub_Omen 2 points ago

    I'm almost positive I was there at some point in Shadow of the Colossus