Summary of eso

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Summary of eso

Eso me da un pique like fun now I have to go or imma die in here! twitter.com/JetaimeY_/stat…

I would honestly love to play an expansion to Skyrim (or equivalent substitute) more than WoW Classic. I would even think about SWTOR again. The stories, voice acting, were wonderful. ESO came out at a time when I just didn't have time to get into it. Same with Neverwinter.

@TheCassie_Joy @WatchMixer @hiddnen @RyvenMDR @RainbwLiteBrite Rainbow is definitely a solid pick, as well as the folks she collaborates with! Ryven recently stepped back from streaming himself, but he used to stream a lot of ESO, Final Fantasy, some WoW here and there, and a bunch of other RPGs, so I bet he has some good picks.

@GayRepublicSwag My ESO avatar fighting the red dragon.

test Twitter Media - @GayRepublicSwag My ESO avatar fighting the red dragon. https://t.co/6FnmGCtTLn

.@ESO’s submillimetre eye on the sky - The 12-metre dish of the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) cuts a lonely figure in this aerial image of the Chajnantor Plateau in northern Chile. #APEX was created from a modified prototype antenna for @almaobs. buff.ly/2P61Kuk

test Twitter Media - .@ESO’s submillimetre eye on the sky - The 12-metre dish of the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) cuts a lonely figure in this aerial image of the Chajnantor Plateau in northern Chile. #APEX was created from a modified prototype antenna for @almaobs. https://t.co/mLtQtJi9gU https://t.co/Du5rwSESAR

#ESOjobs #ESOFellowships are available both at our HQ in Garching near Munich, Germany, and at our astronomy centre in Santiago, Chile. Fellows are expected to actively participate in ESO's scientific life. Deadline: 15 October 2019 socsi.in/VX7vX

test Twitter Media - #ESOjobs #ESOFellowships are available both at our HQ in Garching near Munich, Germany, and at our astronomy centre in Santiago, Chile. Fellows are expected to actively participate in ESO's scientific life. Deadline: 15 October 2019 https://t.co/ruon9DSupo https://t.co/A4SNxUwGCN

Since first light, our submillimetre eye on the sky #APEX has advanced our understanding of the Universe related to star & planet formation, distant galaxies in early Universe, molecular clouds conditions. Credit: @ESO / @AlexTudorica socsi.in/XAqrH

test Twitter Media - Since first light, our submillimetre eye on the sky #APEX has advanced our understanding of the Universe related to star & planet formation, distant galaxies in early Universe, molecular clouds conditions. Credit: @ESO / @AlexTudorica https://t.co/qMyVN5Q1s7 https://t.co/2FX1kqkC6f