Physical pain


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Am I the only one who sometimes feels actual physical pain from the wait for this game?

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PFO is lightning fast. Think we'll see this become standard more an more. :)

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It is not so bad. It gives me time to go back to a few games I've been away from for a few years.

I recently returned to:

Lotro, Rift, Age of Conan and Fallen Earth.

I've checked out new games for me:

Darkfall, Defiance, Wizardry

Of these I can see myself spending a bit more time with: AOC, Fallen Earth and Defiance.

All are F2P and are different enough from each other to get something different from each.

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No pain, but I am taking advantage of the time to get caught up with my backlog of games, so I can mark them of my gamming list and have more time in the future to play PFO.

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With the Shroud of the Avatar alpha and the Wastland2 beta, a lifetime sub to both secret world and LotRO, plus my pristine copy of Metro Last Light awaiting my attention, I have plenty to keep my entertainment hours filled. Plus, I am four-fifths through the final polishing of my novel (pre-final reading, which could change things as I am also thinking about the follow-up and must prepare for some things in that that will tie back to this one) as well as my full time job... and my six hours of sleep a night looks wasteful.

So no. My recommendation is: There is something you would like to do. What is left is the doing of it.

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You're four-fifths of the way through your full time job? Wish I had my life planned so meticulously...


Bluddwolf wrote:

It is not so bad. It gives me time to go back to a few games I've been away from for a few years.

I recently returned to:

Lotro, Rift, Age of Conan and Fallen Earth.

I've checked out new games for me:

Darkfall, Defiance, Wizardry

Of these I can see myself spending a bit more time with: AOC, Fallen Earth and Defiance.

All are F2P and are different enough from each other to get something different from each.

I think I'm going to go back and play some TF2. TFC was actually my very first online game (*edit*), and while I'm not a huge fan of shooters, the Team Fortress series has always had a special place in my heart.

Also looking forward to trying Blizzard's Heroes of The Storm.

I don't really want to play anything which I'm going to get addicted to until I'm ready to commit myself to a game long-term.

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Shane Gifford wrote:
You're four-fifths of the way through your full time job? Wish I had my life planned so meticulously...

Heh, no. I have five more years on my full time job. Then I can get to work ;)

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avari3 wrote:
Am I the only one who sometimes feels actual physical pain from the wait for this game?

Ibuprofen tends to work for me.


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Count me in with the physical pain group. My playtimes aren't that popular, so I tend to play more single player PC games lately, which I've also suddenly run out of.

I'm thinking hibernation might be a suitable choice soon.

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Good way to get rid of your pain...

Get a Mint M&M and put it on a metal spoon. Then put a flame from a lighter or other fire source under the spoon to melt the Mint M&M.

After it is melted, get syringe and suck up the stuff. Then find a good blood vein, preferably in your groin area and inject.

:P


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Banesama wrote:

Good way to get rid of your pain...

Get a Mint M&M and put it on a metal spoon. Then put a flame from a lighter or other fire source under the spoon to melt the Mint M&M.

After it is melted, get syringe and suck up the stuff. Then find a good blood vein, preferably in your groin area and inject.

:P

Or you could just eat the M&M's.

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Banesama wrote:

Good way to get rid of your pain...

Get a Mint M&M and put it on a metal spoon. Then put a flame from a lighter or other fire source under the spoon to melt the Mint M&M.

After it is melted, get syringe and suck up the stuff. Then find a good blood vein, preferably in your groin area and inject.

:P

Duh!

Never occurred to me to do that with something other than Pop Rocks.

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