Last time I did another #FF post I got 2 lovely take aways. 1) I really enjoyed talking about how great people are and 2) Lots of people seemed to dig it too. So I’m gonna write about a few people I follow (in case you didn’t know I’ve also changed my twitter handle to @ALWyvern), who I really think it’s worth your time to follow on Twitter. I would include other social media if I ever frequented it so you’ll just have to make do. Please remember these are in no particular order!
Also please note this list is far from definitive, and if you’re not on it, it’s only because I don’t have time to write about all the awesome people in my feed, I’ll get to you eventually!
Another short blog. I was away on a family holiday for most of the week and just got back today. But don’t worry, I’m not going to bore you of slides on my trip to Rosslare! But what I will do is basically recommend (in a kind of follow Friday on a Sunday way) some very cool people to follow on twitter because they’re a bit like family only they might be a bit more interesting to you. In no particular order:
For some odd reason this set was actually quite difficult to get my hands on. I’ve been looking for one since it was released on the 4th of September, 2015. I hadn’t bothered looking online with postage raising the price to more than I was willing to pay for it. I’d looked in plenty of toy stores (big chain and small) and hobby shops but eventually (and surprisingly) found it in a supermarket for slightly less than it’s RRP of €26.99 when I was grocery shopping last weekend.
The set contains 193 pieces, including 2 minifigs, Rey of course and Unkar’s Thug. For Rey you have the option for her to wear her head scarf and goggles or not. Rey also comes equiped with a saddle bad, a circular saw, binoculars, a blaster and her iconic staff. The speeder itself has doors on either side which can be oped by twisting the bottom engine exhaust either way to give access to a storage space which has a little container in it. It also has two shooters, one on either side of the engine intakes and a rack to store Reys’ gear.
So Stardew Valley has been out for quite some time now. Time for me to give my two cents. I’ve put 45 hours into the game and am into my second spring. For those of you who may not know what Stardew Valley is, it’s a farming sim of sorts.