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GeekOut Plays Stonekeep – Episodes 2 and 3

Episode 2 – Journals and Keys

In this exciting episode of GeekOut Plays:

  • Timlah skips time slightly.
  • He finds a journal.
  • He reads his journal.
  • He forgets about his journal.
  • He fights spiders ants.
  • He fights Shargas.
  • He gets in trouble.
  • He gets lost.
  • He can’t find a key.

Episode 3 – Stabby Ants

In the third instalment of GeekOut Plays:

  • Timlah finds that key!
  • He breaks a lot of blue plates.
    • I mean seriously, so many smashed plates now.
  • He stabs some ants.
  • Stabby ants.
  • He forgets they’re ants and calls them spiders again.
  • He fights more Sharga.
  • He nearly dies!
  • He is okay.
  • He finds a special orb.
  • He’s interrupted by a parchment.

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2 responses

  1. Already you’ve made it further than I managed, I couldn’t find the second key. Probably buried under a pile of ants.

    I also didn’t realize the journal included a map, possibly because I’ve spent too long spent playing Waxworks (a dungeon crawler that decided maps were overrated), so I didn’t bother to look. :P

    Hope you find some more boot-roots soon, or this playthrough could be over fast!

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    October 7, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    • Boot-roots aren’t hard to come by, but y’know, they taste a bit rubbery! I’ll find some soon enough :) I’m going to record my next lot of the game tonight (hopefully!)

      Yup, the Journal does EVERYTHING for you, honestly. I like to keep IRL notes, but sometimes I like to go back to check the notes that are in game so I can think about them.

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      October 7, 2015 at 8:18 pm

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