It’s been a few weeks since I lasted posted to the Club. Following that successful Olmec run, I entered a dark period in my Daily career. I never missed a Challenge, but too many wasted Ankhs and early Jungle deaths drained me of the enthusiasm to call attention to my attempts after uploading them to my YouTube channel. I resolved not to return to the Club until I had reached a significant new milestone.
Last night, in my 64th consecutive Daily Challenge, buoyed by a surfeit of bombs, that finally happened. I was ill-prepared for my first meeting with Yama, but it ultimately went better than I could have predicted…
REDEEMED. A week of terrible dailies has been countered by my best daily run ever.
For completeness’ sake, here are my previous two garbage runs, which I neglected to dignify with their own posts:
Gadzooks, I’ve been neglecting to post updates after uploading to YouTube! Here are my runs from the past three days. On the 24th, I got to Temple, which for me is still a bit of a novelty, and on the 26th, I died in the Mines, but had a pretty entertaining Ghost close-call. I don’t remember the 25th being particularly worth watching.
Olmec! I’m bad at it though!
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Welp. Yes. Sleep deprivation courtesy of: http://chrisremo.bandcamp.com/album/gone-home-original-soundtrack
Nick’s and my challenges were streamed live yesterday on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/idlethumbs/b/472079754
I tried streaming my run live while doing it, and boy am I bad at that! So after my mediocre Daily Challenge attempt, I did a few more for fun. And here they all are!
(Sorry for the abrupt introduction and blaring volume–side effects of an imperfect streaming setup.)
Well, I got to Temple 2 but apparently at some point in Jungle the hard drive I use for video capture ran out of space and so it just stopped capturing. But Nick Breckon got to Olmec! So watch his I guess.