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Pathfinder Society Member. 7,336 posts (7,616 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 7 aliases.


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ME3 multiplayer was hella fun.

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Of coruse not. Trolololo is cool.

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They can chop down a tree and wind some rope around the less thick part and lo and behold a large greatclub. They could even stick some stakes in it. And they had time.

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Robeasts

Spoiler:

First one had a energy ball that he could fire and partially control midair with his right arm, and he had to recharge it every 3 hits. Looked like a humanoid something. Was made from a gladiator that Shiro beat while he was imprisoned.

Second had a lot of eye that he could shoot beams out of. In the end this guy they couldn't beat and a sort of Deus Ex Machina had to help them. Looked like a huge antropomorphic geco. Was made from some sort of lizard creature.

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I preferred killing all of the bastard monsters

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So they had budget for Wun Wun but not for him to use a weapon?

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Belabras wrote:
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I know some of those soldiers are supposed to be robots, but it sure seems like a lot of Galran's are getting straight up killed here.

So? They are Galrans.

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And the amazing microexpressions that give characters so much life.

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Just a Mort wrote:
Hmm. Wonder if I did the right thing freeing the ghost in the tree in Velen.

Spoiler:
If you free the spirit she burns down the village and kills everyone in it, Baron's wife dies and Baron hangs himself.

If you kill the spirit, the village is spared, the Crones eat the children and Baron goes away with his wife to cure her insanity, but they live.

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MannyGoblin wrote:
Make sure you don't go to bed when Yennifer tells you to. Stay up and chat with your bros.

That is one of the more beautiful things ever.

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I never watch that stuff.

I kinda miss the fab Zarkon though

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Alex Martin wrote:

So curiosity question. I received the Witcher 2 series as a free bundle. But I also just picked up the a discounted bundle for the Witcher 3 (including the 2 DLCs).

So, while I have some time to spare (but not too much), I was wondering: is it beneficial/interesting to play Witcher 2 in order to enjoy Witcher 3? Or does #3 generally stand alone enough to be played by itself - it certainly sounds like there's quite a lot of hours you can invest in one game. Not to mention that I guess Gwent is such a time-sink on its own that they are making it a stand-alone product.

Any opinions?

Some of the choices you make in 2 do reflect on 3 if you import the save. It is a good game, well worth the some 30 hours needed to finish it. As for 3, I sank 11 days of gameplay in it and 1 more day for Heart of Stone and am probably gonna sink at least 3 days for Blood and Wine.

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I liked the

Spoiler:
the reveal that Pidge is a girl

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They never say it

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Honestly the battle was underwhelming.

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DUUUUUUDEEEE

We are getting a flashpoint paradox.

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And they are using bows. Freakishly scary bows.

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Lord, I saw Ninja Turtles the other day and liked the movie better than this one.

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RIP :(

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will definitely play again. Also I have to buy a new GPU and 8 more gigabytes of RAM

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DVD should die out as a medium.

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Well new trailer and stuff aren't really promising. I just have one question.

Am I crazy or am I looking at them using Enterprise NX-01 to fight?

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Aberzombie wrote:
He's got the look, and he's about the correct age. I don't recall what his build is like, but that kind of thing can be taken care of with a good workout program.

He seems to be OK

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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Look no further

Yeah he'd be a good Supes.

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Adjule wrote:
atheral wrote:
Adjule wrote:

Apparently the dvd and blu-ray will be released in June. The directors are apparently thinking of a sequel.

I am personally looking forward to the blu-ray release of this movie. And I too would love an RPG based on Zootopia. Something open-world would be great.

Zootopia Noir, a dark and gritty story about a newbie cop who works their way up the cut throat ladder of ZPD Advancement from traffic through Homicide(Mamiliacide?) and Vice, faced with corruption, conspiracy, and prejudice, will they make it out with their morals intact or fall into the same quagmire of illicit activity as their fellows?
That reminds me of the suggestion I saw for a Zootopia game. LA Noir style game. I would love something like that (never played it, but it seemed interesting, as I never had a PS3) mixed with RPG. But I doubt we will get anything better than a child's game since it is Disney and "Disney is for kids". *rolls eyes*

It came out for PC too.

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Dany was always annoying.

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I expected much more from Blizzard.

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Sooo, got a free ticket to watch the film in a cinema. Good thing too, probably wouldn't have paid money to watch it otherwise.

Now I'm a fan of the Warcraft franchise, I played all of the strategy games, and WoW for years.

Anyway. I will first mention the good things about the movie.
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KH--zeFyGI]The music.[url] Oh the music. It was magnificent. It was beautiful and perfectly fit with the setting. I enjoyed the soundtrack greatly.

The CGI was magnificent as well. Orcs looked freaking real. Azeroth looked freaking real. Stormwind...it was breathtaking. Ironforge too, for the brief moment it appeared. Magic was awesomely done, the way magic should be done in every movie from now on. Visible, physically there and powerful.

Khadgar was good. The guy who acted him clearly decided to earn his wage. Durotan was good as well.

The stuff that sucked.

The story. I don't mean that the story sucked. It was the story of Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, adapted to more resemble Warlords of Draenor. I mean that the script was very poorly written. Very.

The acting. Acting was terrible. I mean terrible. Gul'Dan, Durotan and his wife and Orgrim Doomhammer were also ok. The dude playing Lothar...sorry Ragnar in alliance clothes, just gave me a good reason never to start watching Vikings. Dominic Copper was terrible as king, and Ruth Negga was clearly phoning her performance in.
[spiler] Ben Foster as Medivh was OK, but maybe I am used to a more nuanced performance of him.

Anyway, I would give the movie a 4/10, maybe 5/10 because the action scenes were really well done. But the poor acting and the overly simplified story detracted from my fun. And I walked into the movie theater with absolutely no expectations.

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Male Dwarf IT Engineer 1

Yelly as heck. Never been to any con.

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Kalshane wrote:
JoelF847 wrote:
Kalshane wrote:

I was definitely more satisfied with the Arrow ending than the Flash ending, though once again we had a laughable instance of a crowd of ordinary citizens going up en mass against a horde of armed henchmen and not getting completely slaughtered.

I wish this season's flashbacks took place in Russia. Other than the link with the duplicate idols (which wasn't really necessary) there wasn't much point to them this season. And now, somehow, Ollie has to leave the island to go to Russia and then end up back on the island again in order to be rescued in time for the pilot episode.

Were they duplicate idols? I thought Darhk's idol was the same one (presumably stolen from ARGUS).

I think it's easy to explain him back on the island...at the end of whatever he does in Russia, he contacts Amanda Waller and says he'll take her up on her previous offer, gets dropped on the island and is arranged to be "rescued" at the time of his choosing.

I was under the impression (though I could be wrong) that Darhk had been using the idol for years. He was originally a contemporary of Ra's al Ghul when they were both regular members of the League of Assassins. He didn't have access to the Lazarus Pit (unless there's more than one on the Arrowverse Earth, but so far it's been referred to in the singular) so I assumed he was using magic to maintain his immortality.

As for having Waller intentionally drop Ollie back on the island again to be "rescued", I suppose that could work, though it seems a little weird and unnecessarily roundabout.

Well generally there are other lazarus pits. One was underneath Gotham, that kinda explains all the crazy.

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archmagi1 wrote:
That or his... Products... May count as a lethal dose of radiation.

Plus imagine the....um....speed of exit if he hulks out.

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I prefer the bearded dude from the whatever that thing was before.

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I seriously loved how he grabbed Bucky's arm without any effort, something that Cap can't do, and was amazed at the tech, while Bucky was staring at him in amazement :D

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Grey Lensman wrote:
Hama wrote:
Freehold start screaming
I'm not sure of the internet hate over the Banner/Romanov scenes in Age of Ultron would allow that to happen.

Why is there hate?

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Yeah, I'm definitely dropping the series now. Completely. Forever.

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phantom1592 wrote:

Agreed. Her not being the assistant clears things up nicely.

Also, Out of all the characters on that show, she was the one I REALLY won't miss at all. She had a few good heartfelt scenes... but I abhor arrogant people and she was at the top of that list.

Worse yet, people seemed to admire her for being a jerk all the time.

The idea that Kara has outgrown her? I'm all for that.

She pulled it off well, plus she has EVERY reason to be arrogant as much as she wants.

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JoelF847 wrote:

I liked the finale pretty much. I even thought that the rallying the city to produce enough hope and positive emotions to counter Darhk wasn't horrible, even though that trope is often overdone. It was set up as the way to counter his magic earlier, and just needed to be scaled up to deal with the vast increase in power Darhk had.

I was also pretty happy that things ended on a stable note. No horribleness at the last minute, no big twist setting things up for next season, just a nice ending and reward for characters who had been through a pretty horrible year. While I think we'll see several of them again, I think it will also be good to shrink the team down again to allow for new characters to develop without becoming too crowded.

Next year is the last of the flashback period of Oliver's life. I wonder what they'll do to replace that in S6.

I guess getting flashbacks from the first season.

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Freehold start screaming

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Male Dwarf IT Engineer 1

Hey, this is fun at whatever pace we're doing it. I'm immensely enjoying myself :D

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Norman Osborne wrote:
Hitdice wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
Just because R'hlor can grant/teach magic doesn't mean its a god ray.
Indeed; according to both Jon Snow and Beric Dondarrion there's no next world, just oblivion. From what I remember of season 3 Melisandre had specific question for Dondarrion about meeting the Lord of Light, and he's all, "There is no Lord of light, only blackness."
I'm personally an atheist, but within the show....maybe a god can see into the future enough to know that they were going to be brought back to life, and would therefore never take them to whatever afterlife might exist.

I think it is strongly implied that gods don't exist (the void thing) and that the casters cast magic on the strength of their faith alone.

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They should really make shackled city, age of worms or savage tide into movies. Or into mini series.

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Terquem wrote:
Does anyone know for sure if Beast is a CGI component or if it is an actor in make-up/costume?

I hope practical effect enhanced by CGI.

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Here is the teaser trailer

Aside from not showing us anything except the top of Emma Watson's face and some pretty parts of the castle. Dunno. I mean Emma's got the chops, that's for sure.

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Grey Lensman wrote:
With season 2 featuring the Justice Society I might be reeled back in - provided they can tone the stupids down. I left feeling that the amount of plot induced stupidity required for one episode if Legends was the same needed for 2 episodes of Flash AND Arrow. I can understand a little, but when I start to question the base competence of every cast member it's too much.

Well their stupid was explained by the occulus and the time masters manipulating them.

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Shadowborn wrote:

Metahumans all over Central City. Havoc and destruction all over the news. Not a single sign of the military. They were all over the place in the first season chasing after metahumans. You'd think maybe the mayor would put in a call to the President and ask for some help.

I also really wish the end of the episode hadn't been Barry just standing there and watching it happen. He should have done something. Tried to rush Zoom. Tried to take him out before it happened. He knows Zoom is a psychopath. You can't appeal to his better nature. He doesn't have one.

Sometimes you just freeze no matter who you are.

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MeanDM wrote:
Maybe this has been happening all along and I just missed it, but now that I've noticed it, it's driving me nuts. They do the Star Trek thing where the science character spills out some pseudo-science gobbledygook followed by someone else responding with a poorly constructed analogy to explain it. It just feels like they don't think we're smart enough to get it. I noticed it 3-4 episodes ago, and it's been in every episode since.

Some people are actually that stupid and the pseudosience gobbledygook (which is pretty spot on btw) does fly right over their heads.

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Damon Griffin wrote:

#&^@@%^@!! My DVR cut off a minute early, possibly less. The last thing I saw/heard was ** spoiler omitted **

What did I miss?

Spoiler:
That guy is Rex Tyler, said he's a member of Justice Society of America

Anyone care to explain why they are not using Justice League?

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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Sat next to Krysten Ritter and her sister at late lunch today.

Before they left I said I was a big fan of her work but not that she killed Dr. Who.

She said he was a jerk and deserved it.

She seems like an awesome person to have a conversation with.

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I have no idea who Moon Knight is though.

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This is awesome news

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