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Pathfinder Society Member. 12,636 posts (13,413 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 28 aliases.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Or you could play Fallout New Vegas. Your frustrations with Skyrim will vanish due to the rage induced by such a buggy game. GRANTED it is one of my favorite games, but it is VERY buggy.
My main issues with Skyrim aren't the bugs, honestly. It's the fact that it's g#!!@%n repetitive as hell. All the dungeons are the same: a big hallway filled with the same annoying enemies. NPCs are one-dimensional, and your companions feel like cardboard cutouts (at least when compared to Bioware games). As much as I enjoy the absolutely top-notch art direction and solid gameplay, I just can't make an emotional connection. It just kind of feels like I'm playing in a D&D game with a bunch of boring strangers.

I completely understand.


If you do play FO - NV, then I will understand if you cancel our friendship due to multiple game induced rage quits. ~GRINS~


Or you could play Fallout New Vegas. Your frustrations with Skyrim will vanish due to the rage induced by such a buggy game. GRANTED it is one of my favorite games, but it is VERY buggy.


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Mass Effect 1-3.


David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I have never heard of the musician name Leadbelly until the Smithsonian channel aired a biography about him. Very interesting. Having said that, I HAVE heard some of his music before.
The guy that wrote the song that made Pete Seeger and the Weavers household names.

Cool.


I have never heard of the musician name Leadbelly until the Smithsonian channel aired a biography about him. Very interesting. Having said that, I HAVE heard some of his music before.


Installing AI Wars, Crusader Kings II (with most of the DLCs), Borderlands I, and Fallout NV.


LordSynos, are there any of those Steam games available? I might be interested in a few of them. Thanks in advance.


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I think I will install Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic I & II. Any patches or fixes that I? should download to fix / enhance these games?


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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Knowing our luck, this will be a Blacker Plague, released by an earthquake from its million-year slumber underneath Earth's crust. And they will be explosive bacteria, of course.

Blacker Plague? You mean it will all turn us into Freehold DM clones? I am not sure if that would be a good thing.


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Dear City Guard. Yes, someone DID steal my sweetrool! I would ask you for help, but you are useless because you took an arrow to the knee.


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Amen. I like her but the Major is not American.


Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
So is it true, that at the end, Whedtron Ultron kills ** spoiler omitted **

~screams~ Poor Freehold! The horror! The horror!


David M Mallon wrote:
Just spent 3 hours trying to complete a quest in Skyrim, only to find that it's bugged on the 360 in most instances, and the quest can't be completed. Wonderful.

What quest is that?


~sticks my fingers in my ears~ I can't hear you. ~grumbles~ It will be out next week in the US. Luck poeple that get to see it early. ~grins~ Enjoy it!


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Skyrim Hoarders. ~laughter~ So true.


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I do not think that Freehold DM has yet to see the sine. He is off on a tangent.


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Yuugasa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Yuugasa wrote:

Aw, yeah! It is almost 4:20 on 4/20, y'all know what that means!

Raises a cylindrical object to her lips.

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

What?! When did you start working for The Man, Freehold!

Hmmm, although, I do like being flogged and told I'm bad.

What's your game Freehold?

Whose side are you on?!

Who knows what side he is on. He does have an angle and he can be very obtuse. His acute distaste of math does subtract from his appeal. His hate derives from some fration of an imaginary value. He also does not like pi too much.


Here is something for all you Skyrim players.


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Just understand that Fallout New Vegas is the buggiest A+++++ game that I have ever played.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Should I get Fallout 3 game of the year edition? For Xbox 360

Not just yes, but HELL YES!!!

Having said that, pick up Fallout New Vegas AFTER you have finished Fallout 3. You will not regret it. ~thinks~ Actually you will regret the lost time.


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For all you X-Box 360 Gold users, Assassin's Creed IV - Black Flag is free right now.


Drejk wrote:
Now, thanks to LordSynos generosity, I have too many 4x space strategies... Each has something very nice about it... Ship design... Planetary government... Graphics... Research tree...

What 4x space games do you have? Just wondering. I might be missing some of them. Also, give me your opinion of each one, if you do not mind.

P.S. - Thanks in advance.


David M Mallon wrote:

No money to spare right now, so Dragon Age: Inquisition will have to wait. Currently back to playing Skyrim.

In other news, found a really stupid exploit in Skyrim: once you can get your hands on the Detect Life spell (starts appearing in stores around 50/100 ranks in Alteration), you can get all the way up to 100 ranks in around 20 minutes simply by standing in a crowded town square and casting Detect Life over and over again. For every two to three times you cast the spell, your Alteration skill goes up by one.

You can also soul trap your horse. I usually do that to get conjuration to 100. Detect life becomes REALLY fun when you have enchanting to 100. No cost whatsoever.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Look at my scar everyone. LOOK AT MY SCAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~shields my eyes~ That is no scar! Now cover yourself up!


Good luck with everything.


Gratz! Sounds like it was fun.


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jemstone wrote:

Apropos of not a lot, but non-tangentially related to Anime...

And speaking of classrooms, magical girls, and the like...

Monday, we were down half our players for our normal PF game, and so the GM said "Jim, bring your TFOS stuff."

So I did. And we now have a "we're missing players" game that includes a teenaged clone of Brock Sampson, a four-armed space cat who is (figuratively) the Teacher's Pet, and my character - the daughter of an extra-dimensional Good Witch and a Car Salesman, Ruby Schlippert.

I had to do it. I rolled Fly, Zap, and Magical Girl as powers. I regret nothing.

Do you have any idea how hard it is to come up with those Magical Girl "You will be punished for your wrongdoings!" monologues on the fly? Do you? DO YOU?!?

What is TFOS?


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I am sorry that you are disliking XCOM so much. Just send it to me and I will gladly play it for you. ~hopes he fell for it~


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This is a drill. This is only a drill.


I feel your pain. Here is hoping you get some sleep my friend.


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Spoiler:
Followed by "I can hear you from here."


Interesting episode.


Latest Avengers - Age of Ultron trailer.


Another good but forgotten film is High Road to China. It is not fantasy, but well worth watching.


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Inkheart is very underrated.


I just finished Sword Art Online II and all I can say is that it was as good if not better than Sword Art Online I.


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My first post was on Feb. 8, 2006 at 5:57 pm. I think I was lurking for a few months before that.


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Drejk wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I'll get it. One day. Also, might pick different venue over Steam. While I would prefer digital download, Steam pricing screws Poland. It seems that we can't pay in dollars like any sensible person, only in euro... Also my PayPal, which supports dollars and zloty will rip me on dollar/euro conversion rate.

Oh, look, XCOM with Enemy Within and two minor DLC at a big shop near me is 100 zloty. Which a bit less than 25 euro at the moment. Directly at Steam the same (I think) version is 30 euro... And what is funnier the boxed version is a Steam one, too, it requires Steam Account, internet connection, and should include Steam Key... And no need for dealing with inflated Dollar to Euro conversion rates at PayPal.

Should I buy it today or wait until after Easter? If I buy it today I might leave Pillars of Eternity for later...

Do it! Just play through the main game without any add ons at lest once before doing Enemy Within.


I thought about what I said earlier. I still stnad by getting the expansion to XCOM. Having said that, I would highly suggest doing at least a few playthroughs of XCOM - Enemy Unkown before playing Enemy Within.


Hey, don't shoot me. I am just the messenger. Having said that, after playing XCOM for over 6 months, I picked up the XCOM expansion the day it was released. And I was NOT dissapointed with my purchase.


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XCOM is AWESOME!!! Get XCOM - Enemy Unknown and Enenemy Within. ~thinks and grumbles~ Now I want to replay it. Again.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

24 was how old I was when I started posting at Paizo!

Unfortunately, that was 9 years ago.

Man, I remember when I used to be "the kid" on the forums... now I've got a good decade or so on the current crop of "kids."

Wait a miute?!? Youa re not "The Kid" anymore? When did that change?


You too TOZ. Send the wifie my best. I miss seeing the both of you.


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Kajehase wrote:
Grandma's dying.

Sorry to hear that.


Does anyone know where I can watch Sword Art Online season two? Youtube has been laughing at me and will not let me watch it.


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I think that most of my distant relatives were of the "Please don't beat my My Lord! I will work harder in the fields and avoid going to the city!" type.


Caineach wrote:
memorax wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:


Hypocrisy is a very human emotional reaction to shock.

So, while I am not fond of the direction they are taking the character, her actions are entirely realistic.

It's not a major issue. I'm glad they show how much a hypocrite Simmons is. I just wish their would have been a buildup. While realistic it does feel like they tacked it on simply to push Inhumans.
How do you build up response to a sudden traumatic event?

~cowers in the corner, curled up in a ball, crying my eyes out~


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My ego is over 50 feet tall. And growing.


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Oh joy. On the night shift for the next two weeks. Have fun kids.

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