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#267 - Fey and merfolk waging genocidal war on humanity...I'm stealin…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Who wants to learn about D&D +1
User avatar #269 - dndxplain (09/19/2014) [-]
I could see it. what if it's a plan by an antidruid who's playing them like puppets so he can pollute the world unattested
User avatar #275 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
Nah, bruh. In my campaign setting, humans already tried to wipe out magical creatures, so they don't need much motivation to form a multi-racial army to genocide 'em right back. And, if anybody's going to manipulate a mass-genocide type of war, it will be the elemental princes that are imprisoned throughout the world but can still communicate.
#93 - It pretty much is. Looking at guides helps, and eventually you… 09/19/2014 on bronze 5 in a nutshell 0
#92 - I jungle with my girl Sejuani and **** up like a …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on bronze 5 in a nutshell +1
User avatar #207 - articvibe (09/29/2014) [-]
gotta love the pig
#58 - Well, a Lawful Evil villain is still generally a complete assh…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on every samurai anime ever +1
#61 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
Yeah he's filthy. that means cool
#55 - I think you can talk to Dead Sea at any rep, just do it quickl… 09/19/2014 on Pickpocket +1
#54 - He definitely resents humans for being weak, as their mother d…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/19/2014 on every samurai anime ever +2
#55 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
He resents their weakness itself more than anything else and seems lawful evil to me. I don't know exactly how that alignment system works, but he's not a cunt like The Savior or Arkham.
User avatar #58 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
Well, a Lawful Evil villain is still generally a complete asshole, but sticks to a code or restricts his behavior to the law of the land so he doesn't get in too much trouble. But, from what I remember Vergil honors a deal and sticks to his sense of ethics, so Lawful Evil is probably pretty accurate.
#61 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
Yeah he's filthy. that means cool
#50 - Aurelius doesn't give any more quests besides collecting tags.…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Pickpocket +3
User avatar #54 - alphagex (09/19/2014) [-]
Okay thank you very much for the info so chat for the baseball bat, and wolfhorn ranch on novac for like a cleaver also for dead sea can i get the quest like when i meet him or i need some legion rep, like do i need to be liked by the legion?

and what level u recomand i be when i do dead see quest
User avatar #55 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
I think you can talk to Dead Sea at any rep, just do it quickly and leave, because he gets mad if you stay in his house too long.

You could do his quest at just about any level if you're good enough at sneaking.
#39 - I like that Vergil flicks his sword hand away once the blade i…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/19/2014 on every samurai anime ever +3
#44 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
He doesn't really hate humans, he just couldn't give a shit less about them, except for his mother. That's the biggest difference between him and Dante.
User avatar #54 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
He definitely resents humans for being weak, as their mother died due to human frailty.
#55 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
He resents their weakness itself more than anything else and seems lawful evil to me. I don't know exactly how that alignment system works, but he's not a cunt like The Savior or Arkham.
User avatar #58 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
Well, a Lawful Evil villain is still generally a complete asshole, but sticks to a code or restricts his behavior to the law of the land so he doesn't get in too much trouble. But, from what I remember Vergil honors a deal and sticks to his sense of ethics, so Lawful Evil is probably pretty accurate.
#61 - threenoblesouls (09/19/2014) [-]
Yeah he's filthy. that means cool
#48 - You can start building up Legion rep early by going East of Ni…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Pickpocket +3
User avatar #49 - alphagex (09/19/2014) [-]
Oh cool did not knew about it also few question do i get more like quest from him or is just ncr dogtags

also i was thinking killing legions just because they send me assasin and they drop thermic lance i be all good with them later on with the mark of caesar,or i can roll neutral

also i started my second toon I`m level 5 like what dlc expansion u recomand i do like i was thinking the safari park thing i think is called honest hearths or something

also what weapon do you recomand i use if i rp as a legion guy like i just use meelle weapon but should i use guns or eneregie weapon will it go well with my rp theme?

also do u know any easy and strong meele or hand weapons to get at level 5?
User avatar #50 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
Aurelius doesn't give any more quests besides collecting tags. You can head north of Cottonwood to the next town the Legion controls, and Dead Sea will give you a quest if you ask him why he's not attacking the NCR.

1. You can buy a thermic lance from the Brotherhood of Steel, too, so keep that in mind.
2. Honest Hearts is probably easiest to do at low level, yeah.
3. If you're doing a Legion guy, I'd say focus on unarmed, melee, or use both. Maybe keep a light gun handy if you need to shoot something for whatever reason, and everybody should carry a couple grenades.
4. If you have the Gun Runner's Arsenal, the upgradeable baseball bat you can buy from Chet or the lady at the Mojave Outpost is pretty much the best low-level melee weapon, especially with the attack speed upgrade and the nails upgrade. On your way to Novac is Wolfhorn Ranch, which has the unique cleaver Chopper in it. Dead Sea will give you his unique machete if you can complete his quest, but it's a pretty hard quest. The rebar club on the bodies of the super mutants by the rocket factory is also pretty good.
User avatar #54 - alphagex (09/19/2014) [-]
Okay thank you very much for the info so chat for the baseball bat, and wolfhorn ranch on novac for like a cleaver also for dead sea can i get the quest like when i meet him or i need some legion rep, like do i need to be liked by the legion?

and what level u recomand i be when i do dead see quest
User avatar #55 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
I think you can talk to Dead Sea at any rep, just do it quickly and leave, because he gets mad if you stay in his house too long.

You could do his quest at just about any level if you're good enough at sneaking.
#192 - Yeah bro. 09/18/2014 on powerful ad against speeding 0
#163 - I didn't see it. 09/18/2014 on Factual Feminist +1
#184 - It's totally danger-relevant. What do you think "walking …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/18/2014 on powerful ad against speeding 0
User avatar #187 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
Dude no.
User avatar #192 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Yeah bro.
#44 - You're the hero either game needs. Fallout is full of assholes…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/18/2014 on Pickpocket +4
User avatar #47 - alphagex (09/18/2014) [-]
Thank you for that kind comment made me feel happy about my gamestyle,and don`t be a slave to the NCR you are powerful and independant to be what you want with mind like y ours i say go with yes man, own Las vegas,NCR is just using you as a tool anyway

also i wanted to join the legion early in game but i don`t think is possible from what i hear when you exit the tops they give you the mark of caesar i mean i even went full melee did not even fire a single gunshot yet
User avatar #48 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
You can start building up Legion rep early by going East of Nipton to Cottonwood Cove. Be polite, and don't start any fights, and they'll let you walk around and talk to the Legion commanders in the area. Talk to Aurelius of Phoenix and ask about NCR dogtags.
User avatar #49 - alphagex (09/19/2014) [-]
Oh cool did not knew about it also few question do i get more like quest from him or is just ncr dogtags

also i was thinking killing legions just because they send me assasin and they drop thermic lance i be all good with them later on with the mark of caesar,or i can roll neutral

also i started my second toon I`m level 5 like what dlc expansion u recomand i do like i was thinking the safari park thing i think is called honest hearths or something

also what weapon do you recomand i use if i rp as a legion guy like i just use meelle weapon but should i use guns or eneregie weapon will it go well with my rp theme?

also do u know any easy and strong meele or hand weapons to get at level 5?
User avatar #50 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
Aurelius doesn't give any more quests besides collecting tags. You can head north of Cottonwood to the next town the Legion controls, and Dead Sea will give you a quest if you ask him why he's not attacking the NCR.

1. You can buy a thermic lance from the Brotherhood of Steel, too, so keep that in mind.
2. Honest Hearts is probably easiest to do at low level, yeah.
3. If you're doing a Legion guy, I'd say focus on unarmed, melee, or use both. Maybe keep a light gun handy if you need to shoot something for whatever reason, and everybody should carry a couple grenades.
4. If you have the Gun Runner's Arsenal, the upgradeable baseball bat you can buy from Chet or the lady at the Mojave Outpost is pretty much the best low-level melee weapon, especially with the attack speed upgrade and the nails upgrade. On your way to Novac is Wolfhorn Ranch, which has the unique cleaver Chopper in it. Dead Sea will give you his unique machete if you can complete his quest, but it's a pretty hard quest. The rebar club on the bodies of the super mutants by the rocket factory is also pretty good.
User avatar #54 - alphagex (09/19/2014) [-]
Okay thank you very much for the info so chat for the baseball bat, and wolfhorn ranch on novac for like a cleaver also for dead sea can i get the quest like when i meet him or i need some legion rep, like do i need to be liked by the legion?

and what level u recomand i be when i do dead see quest
User avatar #55 - schneidend (09/19/2014) [-]
I think you can talk to Dead Sea at any rep, just do it quickly and leave, because he gets mad if you stay in his house too long.

You could do his quest at just about any level if you're good enough at sneaking.
#181 - Explain.  [+] (4 new replies) 09/18/2014 on powerful ad against speeding 0
User avatar #182 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
Your song has absolutely nothing to do with driving or danger.
User avatar #184 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
It's totally danger-relevant. What do you think "walking on the razor's edge" means?

Also:

>Drive on the limits of safety
> Push it to the limit
User avatar #187 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
Dude no.
User avatar #192 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Yeah bro.
#73 - But, it's part of the game, so the simulator has an animation … 09/18/2014 on And the Battle phase begans 0
#175 - They're both not doing what they're supposed to be doing, so t… 09/18/2014 on powerful ad against speeding 0
#173 - You might say they're walking on the razor's edge... …  [+] (6 new replies) 09/18/2014 on powerful ad against speeding 0
User avatar #180 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
You fucked it up.
User avatar #181 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Explain.
User avatar #182 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
Your song has absolutely nothing to do with driving or danger.
User avatar #184 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
It's totally danger-relevant. What do you think "walking on the razor's edge" means?

Also:

>Drive on the limits of safety
> Push it to the limit
User avatar #187 - leonhardt (09/18/2014) [-]
Dude no.
User avatar #192 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Yeah bro.
#156 - I would disagree that Dark Souls, or any Souls game, throws yo…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2014 on The Evolution +1
User avatar #157 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
I see more clearly, now. :3 Yay, reading comprehension.
#112 - Except, not all games have fair difficulty (the old school Nin…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/18/2014 on The Evolution +1
User avatar #122 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
schneidend, I boiled down your point to only a couple of ( your own [and my own] ) words:
Not all games have a fair learning curve, and Dark Souls is one that simply throws the player to the wolves without much regard for ensuring the player has ability before being tested.
Dark Souls is considered hard because it punishes mistakes harshly and quickly.

guylongname, I did the same for you, except I'm using my own words:
Despite having a learning curve, video games become playable with time and energy invested into them, and so people who quit before figuring out how to play simply aren't adapting to the game. It's not hard to invest time and energy, so long as one has patience.

I read this thread, and those are the points and arguments that I picked up from it. Is what I said accurate at all?
User avatar #156 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
I would disagree that Dark Souls, or any Souls game, throws you to the wolves, because the initial area in each iteration pits you against very weak enemies, has tutorial messages that teach you the controls which you can read or ignore, and even if you manage to die you don't lose much progress or souls. The tutorial boss in Demon's Souls doesn't expect you to win, so you're free to try your best with what you've learned so far, and Dark Souls 2 doesn't even have a tutorial boss. Dark Souls 1, on the other hand, did have a roadblock tutorial boss, which is kinda thrown-to-the-wolves design, but no more so than the boss of the first level of a Mega Man X game, let's say.

Other than that, yeah, the main point is that I think a game is difficult/hard/challenging if it punishes mistakes but allows you to make those mistakes on your own without cheapness. The Souls games fit this to a tee.
User avatar #157 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
I see more clearly, now. :3 Yay, reading comprehension.
#146 - In scholarly discourse, at least in literature and historiogra… 09/18/2014 on Miss Grotke Is A Feminist 0
#108 - Adapting to difficulty does not eliminate the difficulty. Also…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/18/2014 on The Evolution +1
User avatar #109 - guylongname (09/18/2014) [-]
With that logic, you could say that all games and pasttimes are hard because no one will be able to pick up anything and go, so they are only adapting to difficulty
User avatar #112 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Except, not all games have fair difficulty (the old school Ninja Gaiden games) or are difficult to pick up and play (most arcade side-scrolling beat-em-ups), or punish mistakes severely enough so as to make a skilled player liable to lose once they have adapted to the difficulty. So, no, you cannot say that all games and pastimes are hard, at least not by the logic I was using.

To use an example that isn't UmuhgawdDarkSulssohard, I've been playing a lot of Destiny lately. Not to toot my own horn, but I've become pretty good at the game, able to flow through most encounters without dying, reviving teammates, and slapping aliens around like a champ. But, the enemies can deal a lot of damage, especially with their melee attacks, and for a close-combat-focused person like me, it requires pretty good timing to keep enemies semi-permanently-stunned with shotgun headshots so you can melee them safely, avoid their melee attacks, and maintain the flow of your attacks without dying or taking enough damage that another enemy can finish you off easily. If I fuck up that timing, especially against a higher-tier enemy like a Minotaur or Knight armed with a sword, I usually die, because the game punishes mistakes harshly.

See where' I'm going with this?
User avatar #122 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
schneidend, I boiled down your point to only a couple of ( your own [and my own] ) words:
Not all games have a fair learning curve, and Dark Souls is one that simply throws the player to the wolves without much regard for ensuring the player has ability before being tested.
Dark Souls is considered hard because it punishes mistakes harshly and quickly.

guylongname, I did the same for you, except I'm using my own words:
Despite having a learning curve, video games become playable with time and energy invested into them, and so people who quit before figuring out how to play simply aren't adapting to the game. It's not hard to invest time and energy, so long as one has patience.

I read this thread, and those are the points and arguments that I picked up from it. Is what I said accurate at all?
User avatar #156 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
I would disagree that Dark Souls, or any Souls game, throws you to the wolves, because the initial area in each iteration pits you against very weak enemies, has tutorial messages that teach you the controls which you can read or ignore, and even if you manage to die you don't lose much progress or souls. The tutorial boss in Demon's Souls doesn't expect you to win, so you're free to try your best with what you've learned so far, and Dark Souls 2 doesn't even have a tutorial boss. Dark Souls 1, on the other hand, did have a roadblock tutorial boss, which is kinda thrown-to-the-wolves design, but no more so than the boss of the first level of a Mega Man X game, let's say.

Other than that, yeah, the main point is that I think a game is difficult/hard/challenging if it punishes mistakes but allows you to make those mistakes on your own without cheapness. The Souls games fit this to a tee.
User avatar #157 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
I see more clearly, now. :3 Yay, reading comprehension.
#105 - The skeletons being easy in Skyrim isn't so bad, considering d…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2014 on The Evolution +1
User avatar #120 - hydraetis (09/18/2014) [-]
I think Elder Scrolls just needs to liven up the combat a bit. Figure out a way to make it a little less lack-lustre hack and slash.
#100 - Considering most people who aren't big fans of the franchise q…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/18/2014 on The Evolution +1
User avatar #103 - guylongname (09/18/2014) [-]
Yeah, but that's like saying that riding a bike is difficult. No, it isn't, but if it's your first time trying it, you'd think that it's impossible. But after a few days, you get it and you never forget. That's the same with dark souls. It's not like most games and requires for you to play differently, but once you get it, it's not chess
User avatar #108 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Adapting to difficulty does not eliminate the difficulty. Also, even when you're super pro, you're still going to make mistakes, and the game still punishes mistakes harshly but fairly. Being able to git gud is a sign that the game has fair difficulty, not that it is not difficult.

"Challenging" might be a better word than "hard," but the meaning is the same. The game doesn't hold your hand, but rarely does it feel too cheap when you get smacked down.
User avatar #109 - guylongname (09/18/2014) [-]
With that logic, you could say that all games and pasttimes are hard because no one will be able to pick up anything and go, so they are only adapting to difficulty
User avatar #112 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
Except, not all games have fair difficulty (the old school Ninja Gaiden games) or are difficult to pick up and play (most arcade side-scrolling beat-em-ups), or punish mistakes severely enough so as to make a skilled player liable to lose once they have adapted to the difficulty. So, no, you cannot say that all games and pastimes are hard, at least not by the logic I was using.

To use an example that isn't UmuhgawdDarkSulssohard, I've been playing a lot of Destiny lately. Not to toot my own horn, but I've become pretty good at the game, able to flow through most encounters without dying, reviving teammates, and slapping aliens around like a champ. But, the enemies can deal a lot of damage, especially with their melee attacks, and for a close-combat-focused person like me, it requires pretty good timing to keep enemies semi-permanently-stunned with shotgun headshots so you can melee them safely, avoid their melee attacks, and maintain the flow of your attacks without dying or taking enough damage that another enemy can finish you off easily. If I fuck up that timing, especially against a higher-tier enemy like a Minotaur or Knight armed with a sword, I usually die, because the game punishes mistakes harshly.

See where' I'm going with this?
User avatar #122 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
schneidend, I boiled down your point to only a couple of ( your own [and my own] ) words:
Not all games have a fair learning curve, and Dark Souls is one that simply throws the player to the wolves without much regard for ensuring the player has ability before being tested.
Dark Souls is considered hard because it punishes mistakes harshly and quickly.

guylongname, I did the same for you, except I'm using my own words:
Despite having a learning curve, video games become playable with time and energy invested into them, and so people who quit before figuring out how to play simply aren't adapting to the game. It's not hard to invest time and energy, so long as one has patience.

I read this thread, and those are the points and arguments that I picked up from it. Is what I said accurate at all?
User avatar #156 - schneidend (09/18/2014) [-]
I would disagree that Dark Souls, or any Souls game, throws you to the wolves, because the initial area in each iteration pits you against very weak enemies, has tutorial messages that teach you the controls which you can read or ignore, and even if you manage to die you don't lose much progress or souls. The tutorial boss in Demon's Souls doesn't expect you to win, so you're free to try your best with what you've learned so far, and Dark Souls 2 doesn't even have a tutorial boss. Dark Souls 1, on the other hand, did have a roadblock tutorial boss, which is kinda thrown-to-the-wolves design, but no more so than the boss of the first level of a Mega Man X game, let's say.

Other than that, yeah, the main point is that I think a game is difficult/hard/challenging if it punishes mistakes but allows you to make those mistakes on your own without cheapness. The Souls games fit this to a tee.
User avatar #157 - lathyrusvii (09/18/2014) [-]
I see more clearly, now. :3 Yay, reading comprehension.
#86 - Agreed. They were top notch, with Bale's Batman voice being th…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2014 on Take That Harvey +1
#96 - tomthehippie (09/18/2014) [-]
Yeah. Like I told atrocitus below, I kinda get why they did the voice (cause you know the director was in on it too), but I still didn't like it.
#65 - If I did any Workshop work for TF2, I'd probably make some Pyr… 09/18/2014 on super sharp shooter 0
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User avatar #22 - gugek (10/15/2014) [-]
Hey! I hope your day is going well :-] have a great night!
User avatar #16 - valax (08/29/2014) [-]
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User avatar #17 to #16 - schneidend (08/29/2014) [-]
Yo.
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Up to anything? Haha.
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Not really. Who is this?
User avatar #20 to #19 - valax (08/29/2014) [-]
No one, really.
We haven't talked before, haha.
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Gore rape with black people, or some **** . I repressed the image already.
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