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#30 - Don't lose hope yet then. Cats oftentimes tend to wa…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/09/2014 on Great Casting 0
User avatar #31 - mondominiman (08/09/2014) [-]
Well she's fixed so she won't come back pregnant at least. What worries me the most is that they live near a bad neighborhood and the chance of her getting ran over or killed by loose dogs is high. I mean she can probably escape quick if she see's it coming but it's still worrying.
User avatar #32 - raamageddon (08/09/2014) [-]
That's an understandable fear, but cats are cautious creatures, and very capable. I live in an area where encountering a rabid raccoon, or hungry bird of prey, or something of the like would not be difficult, and mine have all come back relatively alright. Your feline friend is probably more capable than you'd be led to believe. They're animals-- Even domesticated, at the end of the day, they still have natural instincts that they'll follow. And more often than not, cats have the sense to stay away from the road. I know my old cat, when we started letting him out, ventured toward the road. A car came flying past and scared the Hell out of him, and he decided the road was no place for him.

Have faith. I by no means can guarantee its safety, but as someone who gets bothered when I have a missing animal myself, I thought I'd give you some hope. Mine have come back whenever they've gone missing regardless of the length of time. Yours may, too. If an animal knows it's wanted and it's loved, it'll come home.
#22 - Question. How long has said cat been missing?  [+] (4 new replies) 08/08/2014 on Great Casting -1
User avatar #29 - mondominiman (08/09/2014) [-]
Close to 2 weeks now.
User avatar #30 - raamageddon (08/09/2014) [-]
Don't lose hope yet then.

Cats oftentimes tend to wander off if they feel insecure or something changes in their home, or even just if they feel like it. They'll wander for a while, mine've been gone for really long periods of time before, but a cat I thought wasn't going to come back suddenly appeared meowing at the door one day-- A cat that never meows, mind you-- and wanting back in. Pregnant, granted, but unharmed.

Your cat may yet return. Don't get your hopes too high. I obviously don't want to give you false hope, because crashing down after that's even worse, but still. It isn't over yet, hmm?
User avatar #31 - mondominiman (08/09/2014) [-]
Well she's fixed so she won't come back pregnant at least. What worries me the most is that they live near a bad neighborhood and the chance of her getting ran over or killed by loose dogs is high. I mean she can probably escape quick if she see's it coming but it's still worrying.
User avatar #32 - raamageddon (08/09/2014) [-]
That's an understandable fear, but cats are cautious creatures, and very capable. I live in an area where encountering a rabid raccoon, or hungry bird of prey, or something of the like would not be difficult, and mine have all come back relatively alright. Your feline friend is probably more capable than you'd be led to believe. They're animals-- Even domesticated, at the end of the day, they still have natural instincts that they'll follow. And more often than not, cats have the sense to stay away from the road. I know my old cat, when we started letting him out, ventured toward the road. A car came flying past and scared the Hell out of him, and he decided the road was no place for him.

Have faith. I by no means can guarantee its safety, but as someone who gets bothered when I have a missing animal myself, I thought I'd give you some hope. Mine have come back whenever they've gone missing regardless of the length of time. Yours may, too. If an animal knows it's wanted and it's loved, it'll come home.
#224 - Which I understand. The point of the design is speed, and it s…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/03/2014 on really now 0
User avatar #231 - kevinator (08/03/2014) [-]
Aaah nothing wrong with that, everyone got different taste and thats why this world is so interesting.
#221 - Admittedly, yeah. Something like that looks awesome to me, but…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/03/2014 on really now 0
User avatar #222 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#198 - Eh. They're alright, but I don't exactly fawn over them or any…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/03/2014 on really now 0
#201 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
User avatar #221 - raamageddon (08/03/2014) [-]
Admittedly, yeah. Something like that looks awesome to me, but I obviously can't drive a tank down the road.

Honestly I can get behind something as simple as a four-door jeep, reminds me of a staff car. And jeeps are supposed to be reliable, I know they handle well in pretty much most terrain and weather, and they're a little bit of a "meatier" vehicle, which I like. When it comes to a really "fancy" car, something like a Rolls Royce Phantom appeals to me.
User avatar #222 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#173 - ... Looking at the comments, I'm being led to believe that I'm…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/03/2014 on really now +1
User avatar #188 - kevinator (08/03/2014) [-]
What is really appealling to these kind of car is the whole aerodynamic and aggressive stance they have. It shows, from the outside, that it can go fast.
User avatar #224 - raamageddon (08/03/2014) [-]
Which I understand. The point of the design is speed, and it shows. But to me the design is so aggressive that it becomes ugly, and I'm not the type of guy who's really impressed by speed or fancy cars in general.

Dunno. I'm just part of that population evidently.
User avatar #231 - kevinator (08/03/2014) [-]
Aaah nothing wrong with that, everyone got different taste and thats why this world is so interesting.
User avatar #177 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
do you like muscle cars then?
User avatar #198 - raamageddon (08/03/2014) [-]
Eh. They're alright, but I don't exactly fawn over them or anything. Generally it's old 1920s or 30s cars that grab my attention, or more militaristic vehicles.

Cars in general mostly bore me, honestly. I'm just not a cars kind of guy for the most part, but the design of "supercars" in general just seems entirely unappealing to me.
#201 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
User avatar #221 - raamageddon (08/03/2014) [-]
Admittedly, yeah. Something like that looks awesome to me, but I obviously can't drive a tank down the road.

Honestly I can get behind something as simple as a four-door jeep, reminds me of a staff car. And jeeps are supposed to be reliable, I know they handle well in pretty much most terrain and weather, and they're a little bit of a "meatier" vehicle, which I like. When it comes to a really "fancy" car, something like a Rolls Royce Phantom appeals to me.
User avatar #222 - brotherhood (08/03/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#57 - I've seen them here in North America. Ohio, to be exact. … 08/02/2014 on Appendages +1
#56 - It's Bruce Campbell. Everything he does is over the top and no… 08/01/2014 on Dramatic music +1
#62 - "Microwaves use a different type of radiation. It is true… 07/29/2014 on dammit hal 0
#93 - Oh, how I wish that were truly so... As a Warrior of Sunlight …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2014 on The Way of The Sunbro +2
#108 - huskygunner (07/28/2014) [-]
The white summoned players all seem to enjoy ravenously attacking enemies beyond their ability. Or they enjoy cliff-diving via rolling or trying to do something pointless!
Many hours of this, mashed in with failed summons to seemingly no end...
Not a single warrior's call to be seen... Hope lingers, only barely so... Then it appears. His incandescent phantom bathing my sullen being with imminent radiance.
Praise the Sun!
He is true! I
summon thee, fellow Warrior of the Sun! Assist me with some Jolly co-operation!





Summoning Failed
#166 - I'll grant you that they did say this, and so this is likely t…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/27/2014 on Guess he can't pass +1
#169 - janosaudron (07/28/2014) [-]
well, honestly the north depends on who you have as your central point. If lordran is the central point then the asylum is north of lordran and drangleic far enough to the north that it becomes south,
#148 - But it is Lordran. They drop hints about it constantly, tellin…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/27/2014 on Guess he can't pass +1
#160 - janosaudron (07/27/2014) [-]
www.polygon.com/2012/12/19/3783452/dark-souls-2-staff-discuss-the-vga-trailer-and-what-having-real


"THE GAME IS SET IN A DIFFERENT PART OF THE SAME PLANET -- TO PUT IT ANOTHER WAY, IF THE FIRST GAME WAS SET IN THE NORTH POLE, THIS ONE WOULD BE IN THE SOUTH POLE; THAT SORT OF CONTRAST."
User avatar #166 - raamageddon (07/27/2014) [-]
I'll grant you that they did say this, and so this is likely true. At the same time, there's a lot of things in Dark Souls 2 where they pretty much all but directly state it.

I think the big thing is that they seem to have this fascination with the North for whatever reason, like it's the only direction that exists. The Undead Asylum is in the North apparently, Lordran is apparently to the North, Drangleic is a "walled off land, far to the North," and the Giants invade from the fucking North. Seems like the devs don't really understand how directions work apparently...

Overall, I concede that Drangleic probably isn't Lordran, but there's so many things in the game that seem to suggest otherwise that it makes me wonder if they didn't change their minds partway through and say it was after all.
#169 - janosaudron (07/28/2014) [-]
well, honestly the north depends on who you have as your central point. If lordran is the central point then the asylum is north of lordran and drangleic far enough to the north that it becomes south,
#156 - janosaudron (07/27/2014) [-]
The devs have come out and said Drangleic is on the opposite side of the world as lordran. Heides tower of flame is the area Gwynevere escaped to and made a new city based on anor londo. Ornstein was only there to protect the princess and was most likely defeated by Nashandra The reason the bosses from 1 appear in 2 is because the lordvessel was taken to Drangleic by vendrick and it was broken(it is in the basement in the mansion in majula. When the Lordvessel broke all the lord souls were freed and found new vessels to inhabit.
#114 - I'm either a ninety or a seventy, mainly because I haven't exa… 07/26/2014 on How privileged are you? +1
#157 - No ******* way. That's some incredible irony. Yea…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/26/2014 on How to pronounce this? +1
User avatar #160 - lebarricuda (07/26/2014) [-]
make mp3's and ringtones that say "It's Nev-Ad-a, not Nev-AH-da; jackass"
#152 - As someone who was born in Las Vegas, this. A thousa…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/25/2014 on How to pronounce this? +1
User avatar #154 - lebarricuda (07/26/2014) [-]
I moved to Texas and everyone pronounced it that way, I'd correct every single person. It's like they all have a speech impediment.
User avatar #157 - raamageddon (07/26/2014) [-]
No fucking way. That's some incredible irony. Yeah, every time she says it that way I get a little miffed. And she tells me that's how EVERYONE down there pronounces it.

And I'm planning on moving there...

Fucking Hell. I better be prepared to correct everyone I meet.
User avatar #160 - lebarricuda (07/26/2014) [-]
make mp3's and ringtones that say "It's Nev-Ad-a, not Nev-AH-da; jackass"
#110 - We were never on Titan in DS3. We were on Earth's moon as well…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/24/2014 on Some Awesome Facts Compilation +2
#112 - evictedone (07/24/2014) [-]
Thanks for the fix, there. I don't know how a person gets those two mixed up, but the evidence shows that I have. Have some cute as a show of gratitude.
#56 - Sorry to hear that, mate. It's always sad to see an animal go,…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/13/2014 on Cat Hammock 0
User avatar #58 - theturkeyburger (07/13/2014) [-]
Okay, thanks for the heads up
#28 - As someone who's had cats pretty much all their life, I'll say…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/13/2014 on Cat Hammock +1
User avatar #31 - theturkeyburger (07/13/2014) [-]
Thanks man.

Sadly I have lost a cat before. We had a cat that ran away when we were living in another house and we were moving from the house right when it ran. We frantically looked everywhere. Now that you say it can take more than a week, I have the really awful thought of him coming to the door of our house that we moved out of. I can't stop thinking about it now.
User avatar #56 - raamageddon (07/13/2014) [-]
Sorry to hear that, mate. It's always sad to see an animal go, but loose ends are one of the worst things in the world. I wish I could give you some more concrete answers on that. Sadly, that thought is entirely possible-- But one can never know for sure. I have no idea how long ago that was, so I won't say much on the matter, but I'm sorry to hear that.

Take heed, however.

Oftentimes these excursions may have a tendency to take something of a toll on their health. They'll come back pretty skinny, so be prepared for that. Females will almost always come back pregnant if they're not fixed. And when my cat did this, he came back and seemed to have gotten torn up by something in such a way that his fur started falling out around his chest and the wound never healed. He wound up dying a couple months back because we couldn't afford to take him to the vet.

So just be prepared for the care that you might have to put into it when it comes back. It'll come back if you've been taking care of it-- But you might need to take care of it a little more for the trip.
User avatar #58 - theturkeyburger (07/13/2014) [-]
Okay, thanks for the heads up
#35 - And then they all proceeded to get completely wrecked by the L… 07/12/2014 on No Vegeta +3
#55 - ... Did they turn Animal Farm into some kind of cartoon and I …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/11/2014 on Clever title 0
#58 - pandaonaveranda (07/11/2014) [-]
that's the film, it's alright but the book is better
User avatar #110 - irsmrt (07/11/2014) [-]
but isn't the film live action???
User avatar #112 - IAmManbearpig (07/11/2014) [-]
it was animated first
User avatar #113 - irsmrt (07/11/2014) [-]
ah, well thank you for this information.
#179 - A wish that my big black penetrative daddy can fulfill? I'd … 07/11/2014 on You get one wish 0
#31 - ... White Shadow. ... That's really not a bad name.  [+] (2 new replies) 07/06/2014 on Anal Fisting +3
#43 - redbannerman (07/06/2014) [-]
You too?
#37 - mr skeltal (07/06/2014) [-]
WHITE SHADOW
#325 - ... Few and far between are the things that actually send chil… 07/06/2014 on Creepy 0
#177 - As far as I'm concerned Synthesis isn't even an option. It's j… 07/01/2014 on Just likes the texture +1
#131 - Yes, the Geth and EDI die. All Synthetic life dies. There's no…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/30/2014 on Just likes the texture 0
User avatar #171 - manofiron (07/01/2014) [-]
I hate the Control ending because it's basically discarding everything you've worked so hard to achieve, while accepting TIM's flawed, indoctrinated, judgement. Synthesis is just some made-up, nonsensical, space magic bullshit. Destroy, while seemingly, the most logical ending, ends up being the worst for me because it kills EDI and the Geth, who I like a lot.
User avatar #177 - raamageddon (07/01/2014) [-]
As far as I'm concerned Synthesis isn't even an option. It's just a green beam of light to illuminate the room. I'm sorry, but once I played the Extended Cut ending and the Starchild explains "Yeah, we tried this before and we found out it never worked 'cause you can't force it on everyone, BUT, you forcing this onto everyone right now is totally the best option, and you guys're TOTALLY ready for it now!" ... What. The absolute. Fuck. No, you stupid defunct AI, you just told me it's a waste of my fucking time and told me it turns everyone into fucking Terminators. Go away.

It's kind of a tough call between Destroy and Synthesis. I feel like Destroy is the ending I want to choose, but the fact that when I choose it I'm choosing the mass genocide of what has become a fully sentient, self-aware, living synthetic race... This bothers me immensely. I've fought hard to establish that peace between the Quarians and the Geth, I've made it so that they can live in harmony, the Geth are helping the Quarians rebuild even. Can I really just... Throw that away?

Honestly, for the longest time I always went with Control because I was okay with Shepard dying. Didn't want him to, honestly, but the thing of it is, with how my Shepard was, he basically declared that he would take control of the Reapers and use them as a galactic police force to shitstomp the fuck out of everything that dared to disrupt the peace in the galaxy. He'd use them to help rebuild what was destroyed, and life would go on. I figure if he's really that adamant about destroying the Reapers, then he can always go fly the bastards into the fucking Sun when it's all said and done. Just line 'em up and incinerate 'em.

I dunno. There is no right answer to this. Either way the endings compromise your principles. The only way you can really get through it is if you don't give a fuck about the Geth or EDI.
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