Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for what should be part 4, and the final part, of my incredibly long review of Mountaineers by GollyGreg, because who else could cause me to create a review with 40+ images and more than 4,500 words than good old Greg. If for some reason you want to see the 3,000+ words worth of reviews from the previous reviews, feel free to check out parts part 1, part 2, and part 3 of this needlessly long review, if for some reason you haven’t done so already. But those reviews are in the past, it is now time for part 3 of this mega review. With all the bad wood grain from the other reviews, I can’t possibly have that much new and unique examples of bad wood grain to show off, right?
Well, maybe. But if the improper wood grain at the entrance to Scrooge’s mansion is anything to go by, there is still plenty more to show before this review ends.
Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and welcome back to part 3 of my review of the 2017 Holiday Event Place, Mountaineers, by GollyGreg and other people who are not my sworn enemies in life. This is part 3 of this review, because the amount of bad wood grain here is monumental. If you want to look at the rest of the bad wood grain here, be sure to check out part 1 and part 2 of my reviews. But it is now time to continue my bashing of GollyGreg, so here it goes.
Well, almost time. The entrance to the mining area had these cool looking logs with a darker bark outside and lighting wooden inside that looked cool, and they had proper wood grain, so that is one positive.
Hello fellow GollyGreg haters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and I really do hate GollyGreg. This isn’t some act or something, I really do hate him. Anyway, today I continue my review of Mountaineers. If you want to see who made it, check out part 1 of my review since like 80 people worked on it. So, where to begin with part two of this review? I think I should start where I left off with part one, at the main town area at the bottom of the mountain.
Usually when I to these large promo shots at the start of my reviews, they tend to be harmless beauty shots of a game. Images that I think are cool and I usually have nothing to criticize. That isn’t the case here, because the combined forces of GollyGreg, Beeism, and EBR are too much. This show shows just how bad the wood grain is; the 4 copies of the similar bridge with bad wood grain, the half dozen or so houses with the bad doors and windows, the dozens of light posts, the half dozen benches, and the few signs pointing players towards the next area. There are so many assets with bad wood grain here repeated so many times that I can’t help but point them all out.
Hello fellow Robloxians who hate GollyGreg, WoodReviewer here, and today is part 1 of my look at the 2017 holiday event game Mountianeers by GollyGreg, Beeism, Quenty, Diesoft, MasterOfTheElements, Crykee, TheShipArchitect, FutureWebsiteOwner, and awesomeawesxomeman3. Now this may seem like an unusually large list of people to work on a game, but don’t worry, this will be an unusually long review of a game, hence the fact this is only part 1. Honestly, I did not intend to make this a multipart review. However, after I finished capturing the bad wood grain in the game, I decided I would need to make it a multipart review based on the fact my PC’s fan appeared to be trying to take off due to the amount of screenshots I had prepared. But honestly, what could be expected when GollyGreg, Beeism, GollyGreg, Quenty, the former owner of EBR, and GollyGreg work on a game together?
I know one thing that can be expected: A lot of improper wood grain.
Hello egg hunters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here. It is that time of year again, when the birds start chirping and bunnies start laying eggs for a week. Yup, is time for the 2017 Roblox Egg Hunt. Or was. The eggs are disabled now since the event is over, and in hindsight I probably should have done this review earlier instead of just sitting on it for two weeks, but oh well. But who made this egg hunt this year? Well it was EBR this year. So how was their wood grain?
Hakuna matata Disney lovers of ROBLOX, WoodReviewer here. Today I have a very special review of the sponsored game Moana’s Island Adventure, sponsored by Disney’s upcoming movie Moana. Now, why is this so special? Is it because I am being sponsored to create this review? Well, no.
Is it because I helped make the game? Also no.
Is it because it represents a new sponsorship partnership between ROBLOX and one of the biggest media companies in the world? No.
Is it because the game is a massive improvement on any other game that anyone on ROBLOX has ever made? IDK. I’m just here for the wood grain. So why is this game so special? Why am I literally giggling with joy as I write this? Because of who made it.
Hello non-elite builders of ROBLOXia who have a deep yearning to learn more about wood grain, WoodReviewer here, it is that time again: when I have no idea what place to review but still want to get a blog post out. You all know what that means: Time to spin toe EBR Wheel of Woodshame and find a random place with bad wood grain. Today’s victim is Electiz, with his place Cape Cod. As always with EBR places, it goes not take long to find bad wood grain.
This was right by spawn. As it is easy to see, the posts that hold up the rope that hold up the lantern have bad wood grain. The grain should be vertical. Surprisingly, though, the chairs and table both had correct wood grain.
Hello builders of ROBLOX looking for inspiration, WoodReviewer here. Today I am here to inspire you, and to do that I am going to take a look at some of the buildings of great builders in the Elite Builders of ROBLOX and tell you how much those buildings sucks in the latest installment of the EBR Wheel of WoodShame. Today I am taking a look at River House by Electiz. As is tradition with places my water, lets start off by looking at the boat dock.
Hello enjoyers of fine wood, WoodReviewer here. If you have noticed, I have been a little behind on reviews the past week or so. Don’t worry; make up reviews are on the way with hopefully five reviews coming out this week, two on wooden planks, one on a look at the released version of Meadows Ranch, and two others, this one included. So, what will this one be? I’m not sute, so lets fire up the old EBR Wheel of WoodShame. For those unfamiliar with the EBR Wheel of WoodShame, EBR stands for the Elite Builders of ROBLOX, supposedly a group of the best builders on ROBLOX. Naturally, since they are the best, most elite builders on ROBLOX all their places should be built to the highest standards and have the most incredible wood grain.
Today’s unlucky victim is Urbanize, who was featured in my earlier look at Wyvern Inn. Today I am going to take a look at their other showcase Wizard Hut, which got them into EBR, and should represent EBR’s strict standards of building quality control. When you first enter the place, you spawn on a small drawbridge next to a gate, protecting the hut. From there, you can really see EBR’s standards for building.