Fall for Fall 2016

This last October Team Rocket celebrated it's 4th annual Fall for Fall. It's the time of year when we go find a big cliff and pay omage to the falling leaves by slow falling and then dropping like a ton of bricks to try to land on a target below.

I am sorry this post took so long to get out but I ended up with hundreds of pictures. Arc offered to help out with it but I really wanted to go through the shots myself, My screen shot folders get a bit herfty with all the fun stuff we do together so it took me a bit. Thanks everyone for your patience! And here we go. Lets get a look at these good looking pixels. 
We snuck into our undisclosed location. It took lots of creative jumping to get out here. A big thanks to Disco for doing her warlock stuff to make sure we all got out to the drop off point.

We chose this cliff side because you could see the swirly where we had our last Elemental pet battle. We are due for another. Does anyone have any pet types they would like to try out next time?

Team Rocket taking a casual float to our doom.

There were no survivors.

Once we all got ressed up we went and took pictures with the locals. Hello random naked guy. He and Aerith bonded. When in Rome and all that.

We took in all the scenery under the night sky.

It always fascinates me to see the way they put these worlds together. It is neat that we have the chance to go peek at these things.

A slice of mountain.

Remember it took thousands of seconds for all these geological changes to take place.

Did we mention Mare landed closest to the target this year? She won a jewel crafting panther. Grats Mare! Aerith came in second snagging the red one.

Quality time with my favorite fantasy creatures!

Thank you all for coming and being a part of Fall for Fall. It is so crazy to me that we have been doing this for 4 years. So many of us have been gaming together for so long. It gives me the warm fuzzies to know what a close group we have. Thank you all for being a part of Team Rocket!

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