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#2 - listerthepessimist (04/18/2014) [+] (24 replies)
We all love Skrim
#23 - haloforlife (04/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
>Playing skyrim
>khajiit Werewolf
>in Whiterun
>guard looks at me and says 'is that fur coming out of your ears'
#12 - Stevethewizard ONLINE (04/18/2014) [+] (16 replies)
My friends, it has often been said that I like Skyrim.
My friends, I like Skyrim... no, friends, I LOVE Skyrim!
I love Fire Storm, I love dual-wielding, I love Heavy Armor, I love Shield Bashes, Savage Strike!
I love bounty hunting, and Illusions. Running across plains, through towns, through caves, in Nordic tombs, in Eastmarch, in Winterhold, on ice, up mountains. I love every part of Skyrim that can occur within the game!
I love knocking the enemy across the map with dual-cast Fireballs that explode with violent force upon impact. My heart leaps with joy whenever a bandit is frozen in place with Paralysis, and decapitated with a well-placed power attack. And there is nothing like a Breton mage using Dragonhide to devastate enemy mages. And the feeling that comes when a necromancer runs screaming from being lit ablaze, only to be shot in the back with a crossbow, is such an exquisite feeling; like when clans of bandits wielding their daggers, rushing into try to take the Dragonborn.
It moves me deep within my heart to see a new player stabbing over and over into the lifeless corpse of a long-dead bandit. The sight of soldier's corpses being strung up around bandit camps is an irresistible pleasure. And there is nothing more arousing than the sounds made by low level bandits dropping like flies, screaming in surrender, as they're mowed down by dual-cast Chain Lightning.
When a band of pitiful Stormcloak soldiers makes their last stand, armed with nothing more than iron swords, only to have Windhelm devastated brick by brick by flaming catapult launches, I'm in ecstasy.
I love it when my allies are slain by three Draugr Death Overlords. It's so sad to see towns and cities that were supposed to be protected by guard presence being burned by a dragon, their shopkeepers and citizens being eaten and scorched. I love reloading after being squashed like a bug by an overleveled Dragon Priest, the humiliation as I cast Invisibility and Muffle and try to run away.
#13 to #12 - Stevethewizard ONLINE (04/18/2014) [-]
Gentlemen... all I ask for is Skyrim... A playthrough so grand to make Alduin himself tremble. Gentlemen, I ask you as fellow brothers in gaming, what is it that you really want? Do you wish for another playthrough, as I do? Do you wish for a brutal, grinding quest chain? A game where you can sling iron or lightning or fire? Do you ask for dragons to sweep in like a tempest, leaving not even vampires to impede your progress?
*Fus! Fus! Fus! Fus!*
Very well. Then Fus is what you shall shout. We are a drawn sword, ready to strike down all who oppose us with our might. But, after enduring over 20 hours of running around in caves, for us, a simple, ordinary playthrough will no longer be sufficient. We need a LEGENDARY playthrough! A difficulty beyond which our save files have ever known!
We are but a group of gamers, the remnant of a dying breed numbering less than a thousand strong. However, I believe that each of you old gamers is equal to a thousand of their pathetic, progress-purchasing casuals. We represent a force that could EASILY defeat a million and one gamers! It is time for them to awake... the ones who dumbed down our gameplay and now say games are still challenging. Let's drag them away from CoD by the hair and remind them of what we are! We will remind them of what it feels like to ragequit. We will remind them of the sounds that our games make when they lock up.
We will remind them that there are more games on console and PC than thought of in their wildest dreams. Our guild of 1000 oldschool gamers is going to destroy their perfect killstreaks. Yes, my friends, soon their broken dreams of MLG status will flood Twitter. I have brought you all back, just as I promised I would, back to our favorite battlefields, back to our beloved GAMES! At last... the game has finished loading, and we're running onto the field! Attention, true gamers of FunnyJunk, this is a message from Stevethewizard...
Friends... Let's bring them hell.
#42 - anonymous (04/19/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I ******* miss Skyrim so god damn much it hurts.
#46 to #42 - NoXV ONLINE (04/19/2014) [-]
Where did it go??
#11 - malcolmcz (04/18/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I tryed to figured out what tak SKRIM means for about 5 minutes than I realized its just a ******* typing error
#54 - retropetyput (04/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I challenge thee to a duel!!
#41 - lolofoeshow (04/19/2014) [+] (8 replies)
#32 - sixty (04/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Would you, by any chance, like to buy a possible vowel?
#22 - falloutization (04/18/2014) [-]
Hell yea I feel that
User avatar #30 - steelwoolsheep (04/19/2014) [+] (6 replies)
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User avatar #9 - nebuchadnezzaurus ONLINE (04/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
pre-2011: I like your Viking helmet
post-2011: I like your Skyrim helmet
#96 - psmallzz (04/19/2014) [-]
Vikings Unite.
#49 - doktorwhat (04/19/2014) [-]
how does your gramma know about skyrim and I have no idea what it is (other than some kind of video game)? Is it like the new WoW?
#10 - skiskate (04/18/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Once I build my gaming PC I am going to go and play skyrim with mods (and an oculus rift) just to see how much amazing it looks.
User avatar #89 - redstonealchemist (04/19/2014) [-]
give that nana a ******* medal
User avatar #86 - brobafett ONLINE (04/19/2014) [-]
I'm calling shinanagins on you OP.
User avatar #50 - zeldapronmaster (04/19/2014) [-]
You also love your grandmother. Or else
User avatar #60 - squiblles (04/19/2014) [-]
I'd give you more thumbs if I could
#57 - malaysianflight (04/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
If she's willing to make them, how much would she charge for that? Because I'd be willing to fork some dandy cash over for one.
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