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#20 - Perhaps you're just spineless?  [+] (16 replies) 04/08/2016 on sucking dick for 5 hours 0
#22 - anon (04/08/2016) [-]
Rape can have a very damaging impact on a person, spineless or not.
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#28 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
I know it can, but I've never heard of that damaging impacts feeling sympathy or care for the person who did it to you.

You'd expect that from someone who gets locked away and abused for years, not someone who gets raped and forced to suck dick for 5 hours.
#98 - anon (04/08/2016) [-]
I know it can, but I've never heard of that damaging impacts feeling sympathy or care for the person who did it to you.

what is Stockholm syndrome ?
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#103 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
Stockholme Syndrome is usually Socially/Politically motivated and is a personal choice. If you met a robber who genuinely seemed like a nice guy and only wanted money for a relatable reason, you might sympathize with them and see why they do what they do.

Just as well, on a truly academic/scientific level, Stockholme Syndrome is when you are used to an 'abusive' scenario and so any acts of kindness done to you are amplified for it.

In what way can you relate to a rapist? In what way do you participate with a rapist long enough for their kindness to make a genuine effect on your psyche? Come on, now.
#34 - anon (04/08/2016) [-]
"but I've never heard of that damaging impacts feeling sympathy or care for the person who did it to you. "

Read over that sentence again and tell me honestly you can't think of a single instance where a rape victim would feel sympathy for the person that raped them, and was punished for it.
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#37 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
I legitimately cannot.

Unless you can provide me with one, I will continue to believe they are unheard of (discounting politically charged motives, like women 'feeling empathy' for the Natives who rape them because "they don't know better" or "they're just lashing out because of X or Y", because that's just more proof of the genuine idiocy we are seeing in this post).
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#39 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
It's fucked up what that kind of shit does to your mind.
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#38 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
Dude, I was raped, and I haven't told most of the people I know that know the guy who did it because I'm don't want to affect their opinion of him. The one person I told that still associates with him, I only told because she would not stop pestering me to hang out with him again, and told me that he was "one of the best people she knew," and I just fucking lost it.
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#40 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
So why didn't you try to prosecute him via courts?
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#41 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
Because, I had no evidence, it was more than three years since it happened before I even wanted to acknowledge it, or told anybody. If he had been convicted, it would have been a failure of our court system, being that the entire case would be hearsay, and convictions are only supposed to happen when it's beyond reasonable doubt that the person is guilty. My word is not beyond reasonable doubt to an impartial jury, no matter how true it may be.
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#43 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
That doesn't answer my question. Why not have done it back then?
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#44 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
"it was more than three years since it happened before I even wanted to acknowledge it"
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#45 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
So what changed, why did you suddenly do so?
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#47 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
Because, I was in a loving relationship, surrounded by good friends, with a loving mother at home, and I still had this darkness eating away at me inside. So, I told my best friend and my girlfriend. It was horrible, and I broke down crying. In the years since I first told them, I've told a small group of my close friends, my mom, multiple psychological professionals, and multiple strangers behind the mask of online anonymity.
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#48 - captainfuckitall (04/08/2016) [-]
Then why do you care what people think of him? That's just outright strange.

You have no problem chewing someone out for calling him a good person but you WANT people to think he is??

Surely that doesn't seem very sensible to you.
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#49 - alarubra (04/08/2016) [-]
I didn't chew her out. I told her in extreme detail what happened that night. Before I did, I asked her very specifically not to tell him I told her, and not to treat him differently because of it. It was mainly the fact that she just **would not stop** bugging me to hang out with him again. Before that conversation, it came up literally every single time we talked. And, it's not sensible, it's not rational. It's fucked up, twisted, mind warping, emotional shit. That was my entire point here. That kind of thing fucks with your mind in terrible ways.
#22 - Under other leaders, perhaps, but not Genghis. As a general ru…  [+] (5 replies) 04/08/2016 on /his/ on Navy Seals 0
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#30 - esioh (04/08/2016) [-]
Except Japan. Becuase not even the Mighty Ghengis could work out a way to sail to an island during tsunamis.
#93 - lollypopalopicus (04/08/2016) [-]
He wasn't there at the time. I more meant any battle where he specifically was in command. He is one of only three, I believe, to have this distinguishment.
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#104 - angrybacteria (04/08/2016) [-]
The only people who ever beat Genghis Khan personally were other Mongols.

The first time was against the Merkits who raided his camp early in his life. He was so outnumbered that he retreated all of his troops and let the enemy loot the camp. The Merkits kidnapped and raped his wife as a result of this loss. He later avenged this loss and got his wife back after getting help from a more powerful tribe to annihilate the Merkits.

Unfortunately, that big tribe eventually turned on Genghis and smashed him a few years later. It took a lot of building up and training but he eventually got revenge on them too.

These are the only times I can find that Genghis getting beaten personally.
#201 - lollypopalopicus (04/08/2016) [-]
True. I suppose it would be accurate to say, "defeated in their time as generals", as he was only the leader of a tribe at that point.
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#77 - internetexplain (04/08/2016) [-]
actually typhoons (hurricanes)
#52 - The same people who think Chaos/Fire Zweihanders are fine in P…  [+] (9 replies) 04/07/2016 on Accurate -5
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#105 - kyteflyer (04/07/2016) [-]
I cannot understand why anyone would ever want to use magic in dark souls. The fun of dark souls is the challenge In b4 I get called a casual for thinking dark souls is hard , and I find that range attacks in general are really damn cheap
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#116 - captainfuckitall (04/07/2016) [-]
What, and the Chaos Zweihander DOESN'T make it cheap? Come the fuck on.
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#112 - pentol (04/07/2016) [-]
i picked up a sorc for my 4th? 5th? playthrough, just because i've never done it before. the way it is balanced is that a few select bosses have insane magic resist, and even with a reasonable amount of atunement slots, and the ring that halves your already tiny HP and gives you 50% more casts of your sorceries, you risk running out before the end of the fight, meaning you are stuck taking the last 15% of their hp down with a +2 morningstar and 11 str.
The dificulty curve is a lot more uneven with magic, even if it is generally easier.
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#120 - Ripsometime (05/05/2016) [-]
You are aware you can upgrade a weapon to magic or enchanted and it will scale with int, right?
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#121 - pentol (05/05/2016) [-]
yeah, but they still do primarily magic damage, and since you don't really uppgrade endurance as much on a caster, you are likely caugh in a mid-roll with a lot of weapons. Also, you can cast your way through 80% of the game, and somewhere past the halfway point, some of them are just a big fucking bitch who don't care about your magic. Manus and Seath most particularly, but the entire DLC, archives, and nito are all pretty much "fuck magic"
For seath, after i had done a tailcut-into-homeward-bone-out, i set myself up with red tearstone, into pursuers, dark bead spam, taking him down pretty quickly, but there was a shameful amount of dying before i tried that.
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#122 - Ripsometime (05/05/2016) [-]
I was addressing your comment on running out of sorceries primarily, I know that some areas have ridiculous magic damage resist. As for mid rolling you should have enough stamina by end game that you can light roll in most armours with havels and fap ring ( also, mid rolling isnt that bad). The ring for extra sorceries uses is not really worth it in my opinion. I played my int build with the min stats to wield an enchanted falchion. Needed only about 30-40 int for most of the game until I unlocked spells that required higher.
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#92 - zombifier (04/07/2016) [-]
now it's the fume ugs that looks to be op as fuck for ds3
#87 - knightbean (04/07/2016) [-]
get out filthy mage. You ruin pvp with your stupid blue balls.
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#117 - captainfuckitall (04/07/2016) [-]
"You ruined PVP!" they shout as they zealously defend GiantDad
#77 - Right! I remember now, thank you, but I do think he got there …  [+] (1 reply) 04/04/2016 on Souls Lore - Tarkus 0
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#83 - andriod (04/04/2016) [-]
That point is impossible to confirm or deny because of how time is fucked in Lordan. They could be from generations before or after you and there is no way of knowing
#75 - He wasn't in Anor Lando, was he? He went through Sen's Fortres…  [+] (3 replies) 04/04/2016 on Souls Lore - Tarkus 0
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#76 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
I know he was there. You can see him through a window. I think he was in the room directly above the bonfire. After the bonfire, when you get to the top of the building, you come out of a small tower and you're in a larger open area with Silver Knights. Opposite your entrance, there's a Knight guarding another small tower. Kill him, go down, kill a couple other Knights, and boom. Onions.
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#77 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
Right! I remember now, thank you, but I do think he got there after you too.
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#83 - andriod (04/04/2016) [-]
That point is impossible to confirm or deny because of how time is fucked in Lordan. They could be from generations before or after you and there is no way of knowing
#74 - No, they TRAVELED farther, Tarkus was the person, besides your…  [+] (1 reply) 04/04/2016 on Souls Lore - Tarkus 0
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#78 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
Siegmeyer. He's there.
And by the time you get to the bonfire, Solaire is already there.

The only way Tarkus got 'farther' was if he got far, didn't kill the boss, decided to grind some Souls and levels bybgoing to Painted World, and got fucked up by the whiterobes.
#70 - Logan was captured and brought to areas rather than traversed …  [+] (8 replies) 04/04/2016 on Souls Lore - Tarkus 0
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#73 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
BUT WHAT ABOUT SIEGMEYER
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#75 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
He wasn't in Anor Lando, was he? He went through Sen's Fortress, but I think he only carried on to other areas that were restricted until the Lordvessel was attained.
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#76 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
I know he was there. You can see him through a window. I think he was in the room directly above the bonfire. After the bonfire, when you get to the top of the building, you come out of a small tower and you're in a larger open area with Silver Knights. Opposite your entrance, there's a Knight guarding another small tower. Kill him, go down, kill a couple other Knights, and boom. Onions.
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#77 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
Right! I remember now, thank you, but I do think he got there after you too.
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#83 - andriod (04/04/2016) [-]
That point is impossible to confirm or deny because of how time is fucked in Lordan. They could be from generations before or after you and there is no way of knowing
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#72 - thefates (04/04/2016) [-]
Yeah, but they still made it further. That means they were closer than him. Even though he was closest for a long time.
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#74 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
No, they TRAVELED farther, Tarkus was the person, besides yourself, who got closest to retrieving the Lordvessel.

Lautrec wasn't in his own world, there's no evidence Logan went into Anor Lando, and Solaire got there after you did (also, arguably, with help, which Tarkus did not have)
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#78 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
Siegmeyer. He's there.
And by the time you get to the bonfire, Solaire is already there.

The only way Tarkus got 'farther' was if he got far, didn't kill the boss, decided to grind some Souls and levels bybgoing to Painted World, and got fucked up by the whiterobes.
#53 - It's interesting to note that Iron Tarkus, being the first per…  [+] (10 replies) 04/03/2016 on Souls Lore - Tarkus +3
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#69 - thefates (04/04/2016) [-]
Except for half of the companion characters that you meet throughout your travels that made it much further.
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#70 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
Logan was captured and brought to areas rather than traversed through them.

Lautrec most likely invaded the world of someone IN Anor Lando rather than getting there himself.

And Solaire gets there after you do.
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#73 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
BUT WHAT ABOUT SIEGMEYER
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#75 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
He wasn't in Anor Lando, was he? He went through Sen's Fortress, but I think he only carried on to other areas that were restricted until the Lordvessel was attained.
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#76 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
I know he was there. You can see him through a window. I think he was in the room directly above the bonfire. After the bonfire, when you get to the top of the building, you come out of a small tower and you're in a larger open area with Silver Knights. Opposite your entrance, there's a Knight guarding another small tower. Kill him, go down, kill a couple other Knights, and boom. Onions.
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#77 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
Right! I remember now, thank you, but I do think he got there after you too.
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#83 - andriod (04/04/2016) [-]
That point is impossible to confirm or deny because of how time is fucked in Lordan. They could be from generations before or after you and there is no way of knowing
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#72 - thefates (04/04/2016) [-]
Yeah, but they still made it further. That means they were closer than him. Even though he was closest for a long time.
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#74 - captainfuckitall (04/04/2016) [-]
No, they TRAVELED farther, Tarkus was the person, besides yourself, who got closest to retrieving the Lordvessel.

Lautrec wasn't in his own world, there's no evidence Logan went into Anor Lando, and Solaire got there after you did (also, arguably, with help, which Tarkus did not have)
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#78 - warrenzthehero (04/04/2016) [-]
Siegmeyer. He's there.
And by the time you get to the bonfire, Solaire is already there.

The only way Tarkus got 'farther' was if he got far, didn't kill the boss, decided to grind some Souls and levels bybgoing to Painted World, and got fucked up by the whiterobes.