Hey Professor, have you ever heard of Glitch City?
Glitch City is a really big story around here but it’s not really like a city. It’s often theorised that it’s just a warped location due to a large gathering of fairy or psychic types. It’s often believed that people could reach these “alternate realities” through meditation or befriending an incredibly strong psychic type.
I believe I’ve experienced it once with Mew in the Viridian Forest or maybe that was Mew messing with me because wherever I walked, I just ended back at a large old tree
Extremely pleased to report that the rule limiting hobby horse use to inside cities has been lifted; additionally I am the proud owner of the Journeyman Riding Trait which increases all of my mounts’ speeds to 78% including mounts that weren’t originally in the 50-68% range, therefore including the hobby horses, meaning that I can now gallop across the wide fields of Rohan astride the finest of wooden horses, at 178% standard running speed, outstripping the speediest of Saruman’s riders, slapping my own bum as I go, I assume for sound effect, since I don’t have anyone to carry coconuts for me.
Just on a whim I thought I'd try clipping through those fences. It's harder than it looks. So I edited quite a bit. I had that Spongebob meme stuck in my head the whole time too. XD
Requires Wing Boots. I don't think you can pull this off without the air dash.
So you can't travel too much. You will either get bounced back to the outside of the fence or will just reach a point where you can't go on. ASt the end of the video I even fall through the floor. Sometimes if you air dash a bit you can move a little further. You can also walk right through the alleyways between houses. But you can't walk back in. I guess the invisible walls work one way.
I couldn't find a way to get hopelessly stuck. Which is good because I was in Survival Mode and actually completed it on this run.
I tried the fence inside the cemetery with no luck. The fence is atop a wall which complicates things. It seemed too high even on the upper slope of the tombstones. Plus I couldn't get the right angle and wasn't even sure what the right angle was.
We watched The Ring last weekend.
It’s one of my favorite horror franchises because I enjoyed the Japanese books and films and the American film series as well.
And now I’m fiercely inspired to do more glitch art. ✌️