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#102 - Dark fantasy is always fun, have you ever read that greentext …  [+] (4 new replies) 03/29/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #103 - krobeles (03/29/2015) [-]
Dont think I've read that one, no. Do you have it handy?

This is basically for our own system. The way we started it off intially, was more in an effort to create minor rules changes for a preexisting system in an effort to patch minor flaws rather than create a new system. Eventually, we just had so many small patches, we figured we might as well start writing them together into our own system, than try to patch something else.
I can sorta recommend this approach. Ultimately, if you want to create your own system, it must be because of a dissatisfaction with the existing systems, so start from there. "What do you want the system to do, that other systems dont currently provide?". For us, the answer to this question was "Utilize the meaningful portrayal of psycological damage and unknowable horror of the World of Darkness and the entertaining combat systems and magical elements of DnD/Pathfinder all at once".
#104 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Right here, guy was ice cold.

Basically I'm trying to combine modern combat involving guns and such with traditional swords and magic. So far it always ends up hugely unbalanced and generally unplayable. Also, my group is made up of people who will happily exploit any weakness in the rules so I'm nervous about unveiling it before it's airtight. Psychological damage is a one of the things I've been working on too, how did you resolve it?
User avatar #105 - krobeles (03/29/2015) [-]
Not all systems needs to be balanced exactly to each other. In our system, people who have control of magic will be unquestionably more powerful than those who dont. Of course, even a powerful Wizard will die to a sword to the face, but the dude with the sword will probably never get close enough to do that. You need to consider what kind of story you want your system to be telling. You could always make it so that there are shields and other things that make ranged weaponry highly unreliable? Like; Laser weapons are only really useful in a near vacuum where the beam isn't scattered by the atmosphere and everyone has personal electromagnetic force-fields that make conventional firearms next to useless?

The system we started working off of - The World of Darkness - had a fairly decent system for handeling mental illness. Since that system was fairly alright, we haven't really gotten to that stage yet, as we implement systems into our game as we develope them, and replace the World of Darkness systems otherwise in use.

That said, one of my biggest hunks of work thus far, has been in the developement of our take on the Warlock archetype. I wanted the Warlocks to be dangerously unstable and borderline insane. To insentavise the player who might create a Warlock to actually be insane, I tied a Warlocks insanity directly to how powerful he is in the form of a system I called Delirium. Without going into lengthy detail: As a Warlock uses his powers, he'll accrue Corruption. Too much, and he'll die. To get rid of this, he can either Mutate himself into a monster, or try to internalize the Corruption, developing a Delirium. A Mutation is neat because it might be an extra arm or wings or some shit, and a Delirium is neat because by internalizing this corruption, the Warlock becomes slightly more powerful at the cost of his sanity.
This way, I am hoping that players will gladly pick several handfuls of Deliriums - because players wants neat powers, right? - without feeling like the insanity is the Game Master beating them with a stick, which they might otherwise feel.
User avatar #106 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
That's fair enough although I used the word "magic" lightly, it's more telepathy and telekinesis which are a legacy of the stuff that ended the old world. I really wanted guns to be unquestionably superior but rare and with limited ammunition. I like the shields idea, that could be a great equaliser versus the gun-heavy faction.

The sanity being linked to level of power is also a great concept (which I hope you don't mind if I steal). Do you mind suggesting how it might fit in with my current fluff?
The justification for psionics in my setting is that they're descended from super-soldiers that were created to fight in the war that ended the world. The psychic "psykers" can read and interfere with the electrical signals in the brain and as the become more experienced (level up) they become better at interfering (new powers). The telekinetic "TKs" have nodules of organic material distributed throughout their nervous systems which can can increase or decrease the mass content of space-time. As they level up they develop larger nodules and can do more with them.

Any thoughts?
#100 - Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your… 03/29/2015 on original joke 0
#97 - Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finis…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#84 - I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#81 - Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've alrea…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#71 - a) Like I said, irrational hatred, logic has no place here …  [+] (8 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #79 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) ...Ok. I find that point alittle wierd, but not alot of discussion to be had there. I accept your assertion.
b) I dont brag about it. I mentioned my degree as evidence that I wasn't stupid, since a dude insulted me by suggesting I was stupid. Then you made another bunch of assertions which also weren't true, and I drew the other parts of my life into it to rebuke those assertions. Also, she isn't my girlfriend. Just some chick I hooked up with. I dont do relationships very well, so I prefer to stay out of them altogether. Finally, you were the one who mentioned theoretical physics, not me. All I mentioned was Advanced Quantum Mechanics, and I only called it that because thats what the course is called. Should I have used a less impressive word for it, just to make it sound less impressive even though I am just saying the name of the course? This is the internet. Are goth dudes who prefer to stay home and play computer games and bullshit on the internet in lieu of going out on a Saturday night, really the problem??
User avatar #81 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've already passed all the funny stuff on this website. In short, arguing over basically nothing it more entertaining than doing nothing.
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#64 - a) Irrational hatred mostly, also I don't really like Orange …  [+] (10 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #69 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) You dont orange? Orange has nothing to do with Denmark. Our flag is red.
b) I agree, many goths, especially the younger ones, are irretating little shits who are just wearing black clothes to show how "unique" and "special" they are. Not all goths are like that though. I've been wearing what could loosely be considered "gothic" clothing for about 5-6 years by now, and I'm a pretty quiet person when in public...when not amazingly drunk of course.
c) I dont nessesarily believe its the best science. From a purely utilitarian point of view, its probably pretty useless in the grand sceme of things. However, its what I find interesting and its what I do. If you're all into genetic engineering, thats cool. We need that too. Its just not my prefered field of study.
User avatar #71 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Like I said, irrational hatred, logic has no place here
b) You describe yourself as slightly gothic and you spend your time bragging on the internet about your hottie gothchick girlfriend and telling everyone about your degree in theoretical physics (choosing to talk about that, no doubt, because it sounds more impressive than plain ol' applied physics). No offence dude but even if what your saying is true, you're part of the problem.
c) That's a valid point.
User avatar #79 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) ...Ok. I find that point alittle wierd, but not alot of discussion to be had there. I accept your assertion.
b) I dont brag about it. I mentioned my degree as evidence that I wasn't stupid, since a dude insulted me by suggesting I was stupid. Then you made another bunch of assertions which also weren't true, and I drew the other parts of my life into it to rebuke those assertions. Also, she isn't my girlfriend. Just some chick I hooked up with. I dont do relationships very well, so I prefer to stay out of them altogether. Finally, you were the one who mentioned theoretical physics, not me. All I mentioned was Advanced Quantum Mechanics, and I only called it that because thats what the course is called. Should I have used a less impressive word for it, just to make it sound less impressive even though I am just saying the name of the course? This is the internet. Are goth dudes who prefer to stay home and play computer games and bullshit on the internet in lieu of going out on a Saturday night, really the problem??
User avatar #81 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've already passed all the funny stuff on this website. In short, arguing over basically nothing it more entertaining than doing nothing.
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#58 - You seem to have misunderstood, living in the wishy-washy hipp…  [+] (12 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
#63 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Why would I lie to a person on the internet? What would I gain from that??
What do you have against Denmark? And what do you have against Goths? And why do you think physics are dull? Its literally the study of how the world works. Closest thing to a wizard you can get, man.
User avatar #64 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Irrational hatred mostly, also I don't really like Orange
b) I've never met a Goth that I haven't found to me a massive attention seeker who just wants to show the world how special and unique they are. Also piercings.
c) >2015
>Still believing that physics is the best science
Genetic engineering is where it's at, pleb.
User avatar #69 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) You dont orange? Orange has nothing to do with Denmark. Our flag is red.
b) I agree, many goths, especially the younger ones, are irretating little shits who are just wearing black clothes to show how "unique" and "special" they are. Not all goths are like that though. I've been wearing what could loosely be considered "gothic" clothing for about 5-6 years by now, and I'm a pretty quiet person when in public...when not amazingly drunk of course.
c) I dont nessesarily believe its the best science. From a purely utilitarian point of view, its probably pretty useless in the grand sceme of things. However, its what I find interesting and its what I do. If you're all into genetic engineering, thats cool. We need that too. Its just not my prefered field of study.
User avatar #71 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Like I said, irrational hatred, logic has no place here
b) You describe yourself as slightly gothic and you spend your time bragging on the internet about your hottie gothchick girlfriend and telling everyone about your degree in theoretical physics (choosing to talk about that, no doubt, because it sounds more impressive than plain ol' applied physics). No offence dude but even if what your saying is true, you're part of the problem.
c) That's a valid point.
User avatar #79 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) ...Ok. I find that point alittle wierd, but not alot of discussion to be had there. I accept your assertion.
b) I dont brag about it. I mentioned my degree as evidence that I wasn't stupid, since a dude insulted me by suggesting I was stupid. Then you made another bunch of assertions which also weren't true, and I drew the other parts of my life into it to rebuke those assertions. Also, she isn't my girlfriend. Just some chick I hooked up with. I dont do relationships very well, so I prefer to stay out of them altogether. Finally, you were the one who mentioned theoretical physics, not me. All I mentioned was Advanced Quantum Mechanics, and I only called it that because thats what the course is called. Should I have used a less impressive word for it, just to make it sound less impressive even though I am just saying the name of the course? This is the internet. Are goth dudes who prefer to stay home and play computer games and bullshit on the internet in lieu of going out on a Saturday night, really the problem??
User avatar #81 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've already passed all the funny stuff on this website. In short, arguing over basically nothing it more entertaining than doing nothing.
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#51 - I see, I should have added "telling the truth". …  [+] (14 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #53 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Frankly man, I dont care if you believe me or not.
Just reiterating it here for you has put me in a good mood. I am living in the heart of my nations capital, getting the degree I always wanted, and I've had sex with models. I am living precisely the life I set out to create for myself, and the fact that you think it sounds too good to be true, only makes me happier about it.
Thanks for that.

Btw, you cant take a "degree in theoretical physics" in Denmark. You get both applied physics and theoretical physics here.
User avatar #58 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
You seem to have misunderstood, living in the wishy-washy hippy commune of a weed factory that is Denmark studying something as dull as physics and hanging out with the sort of vapid walking daddy issue that chooses to be both a model AND a goth sounds close to my idea of hell.

I also just think you're lying.
#63 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Why would I lie to a person on the internet? What would I gain from that??
What do you have against Denmark? And what do you have against Goths? And why do you think physics are dull? Its literally the study of how the world works. Closest thing to a wizard you can get, man.
User avatar #64 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Irrational hatred mostly, also I don't really like Orange
b) I've never met a Goth that I haven't found to me a massive attention seeker who just wants to show the world how special and unique they are. Also piercings.
c) >2015
>Still believing that physics is the best science
Genetic engineering is where it's at, pleb.
User avatar #69 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) You dont orange? Orange has nothing to do with Denmark. Our flag is red.
b) I agree, many goths, especially the younger ones, are irretating little shits who are just wearing black clothes to show how "unique" and "special" they are. Not all goths are like that though. I've been wearing what could loosely be considered "gothic" clothing for about 5-6 years by now, and I'm a pretty quiet person when in public...when not amazingly drunk of course.
c) I dont nessesarily believe its the best science. From a purely utilitarian point of view, its probably pretty useless in the grand sceme of things. However, its what I find interesting and its what I do. If you're all into genetic engineering, thats cool. We need that too. Its just not my prefered field of study.
User avatar #71 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Like I said, irrational hatred, logic has no place here
b) You describe yourself as slightly gothic and you spend your time bragging on the internet about your hottie gothchick girlfriend and telling everyone about your degree in theoretical physics (choosing to talk about that, no doubt, because it sounds more impressive than plain ol' applied physics). No offence dude but even if what your saying is true, you're part of the problem.
c) That's a valid point.
User avatar #79 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) ...Ok. I find that point alittle wierd, but not alot of discussion to be had there. I accept your assertion.
b) I dont brag about it. I mentioned my degree as evidence that I wasn't stupid, since a dude insulted me by suggesting I was stupid. Then you made another bunch of assertions which also weren't true, and I drew the other parts of my life into it to rebuke those assertions. Also, she isn't my girlfriend. Just some chick I hooked up with. I dont do relationships very well, so I prefer to stay out of them altogether. Finally, you were the one who mentioned theoretical physics, not me. All I mentioned was Advanced Quantum Mechanics, and I only called it that because thats what the course is called. Should I have used a less impressive word for it, just to make it sound less impressive even though I am just saying the name of the course? This is the internet. Are goth dudes who prefer to stay home and play computer games and bullshit on the internet in lieu of going out on a Saturday night, really the problem??
User avatar #81 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've already passed all the funny stuff on this website. In short, arguing over basically nothing it more entertaining than doing nothing.
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
#38 - >Doubting legitimate proposal Confirmed for Scull… 03/28/2015 on UFO 0
#35 - >This guy doesn't even account for the practical applicatio…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/28/2015 on UFO 0
User avatar #36 - therealtjthemedic (03/28/2015) [-]
>alcubierre
confirmed for star trek fanboy
User avatar #38 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
>Doubting legitimate proposal

Confirmed for Scully buzzkill
#34 - "Nah Staphanie, I'm from the future, your book about bada… 03/28/2015 on UFO 0
#43 - Presumably coming after "ever getting laid", "n…  [+] (22 new replies) 03/28/2015 on original joke 0
User avatar #101 - krobeles (03/29/2015) [-]
The other thread reached max.

The setting is essentially a dark fantasy. We basically looked at the standard DnD setting and we were like "This doesn't quite have enough Cthulian horror and psycological damage going on. Lets fix that".
Sounds like a person, eh? I can sorta see that. Google translate seems to have recieved an update since last I used it, so I'll poke around a bit. Its still heaps better than what I previously used for it, though...
User avatar #102 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Dark fantasy is always fun, have you ever read that greentext about the guys who do an evil campaign where one of the guys stalks a little girl? THAT was a well done campaign.

I'm in the middle of writing a sci-fi/fantasy setting at the moment where the big twist is that it's set in our world a few generations after an apocalypse. Who knew, but apparently writing your own rule system is really difficult.
User avatar #103 - krobeles (03/29/2015) [-]
Dont think I've read that one, no. Do you have it handy?

This is basically for our own system. The way we started it off intially, was more in an effort to create minor rules changes for a preexisting system in an effort to patch minor flaws rather than create a new system. Eventually, we just had so many small patches, we figured we might as well start writing them together into our own system, than try to patch something else.
I can sorta recommend this approach. Ultimately, if you want to create your own system, it must be because of a dissatisfaction with the existing systems, so start from there. "What do you want the system to do, that other systems dont currently provide?". For us, the answer to this question was "Utilize the meaningful portrayal of psycological damage and unknowable horror of the World of Darkness and the entertaining combat systems and magical elements of DnD/Pathfinder all at once".
#104 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Right here, guy was ice cold.

Basically I'm trying to combine modern combat involving guns and such with traditional swords and magic. So far it always ends up hugely unbalanced and generally unplayable. Also, my group is made up of people who will happily exploit any weakness in the rules so I'm nervous about unveiling it before it's airtight. Psychological damage is a one of the things I've been working on too, how did you resolve it?
User avatar #105 - krobeles (03/29/2015) [-]
Not all systems needs to be balanced exactly to each other. In our system, people who have control of magic will be unquestionably more powerful than those who dont. Of course, even a powerful Wizard will die to a sword to the face, but the dude with the sword will probably never get close enough to do that. You need to consider what kind of story you want your system to be telling. You could always make it so that there are shields and other things that make ranged weaponry highly unreliable? Like; Laser weapons are only really useful in a near vacuum where the beam isn't scattered by the atmosphere and everyone has personal electromagnetic force-fields that make conventional firearms next to useless?

The system we started working off of - The World of Darkness - had a fairly decent system for handeling mental illness. Since that system was fairly alright, we haven't really gotten to that stage yet, as we implement systems into our game as we develope them, and replace the World of Darkness systems otherwise in use.

That said, one of my biggest hunks of work thus far, has been in the developement of our take on the Warlock archetype. I wanted the Warlocks to be dangerously unstable and borderline insane. To insentavise the player who might create a Warlock to actually be insane, I tied a Warlocks insanity directly to how powerful he is in the form of a system I called Delirium. Without going into lengthy detail: As a Warlock uses his powers, he'll accrue Corruption. Too much, and he'll die. To get rid of this, he can either Mutate himself into a monster, or try to internalize the Corruption, developing a Delirium. A Mutation is neat because it might be an extra arm or wings or some shit, and a Delirium is neat because by internalizing this corruption, the Warlock becomes slightly more powerful at the cost of his sanity.
This way, I am hoping that players will gladly pick several handfuls of Deliriums - because players wants neat powers, right? - without feeling like the insanity is the Game Master beating them with a stick, which they might otherwise feel.
User avatar #106 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
That's fair enough although I used the word "magic" lightly, it's more telepathy and telekinesis which are a legacy of the stuff that ended the old world. I really wanted guns to be unquestionably superior but rare and with limited ammunition. I like the shields idea, that could be a great equaliser versus the gun-heavy faction.

The sanity being linked to level of power is also a great concept (which I hope you don't mind if I steal). Do you mind suggesting how it might fit in with my current fluff?
The justification for psionics in my setting is that they're descended from super-soldiers that were created to fight in the war that ended the world. The psychic "psykers" can read and interfere with the electrical signals in the brain and as the become more experienced (level up) they become better at interfering (new powers). The telekinetic "TKs" have nodules of organic material distributed throughout their nervous systems which can can increase or decrease the mass content of space-time. As they level up they develop larger nodules and can do more with them.

Any thoughts?
User avatar #50 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Funny. I am living on my own in the heart of Copenhagen and the last time I had sex was at new years, where I hooked up with a Gothic model.

You wanna try that again?

I do agree, that I am probably not very employable at pressent. I'de have to cut my hair and shit, for that. Good thing I wont need that, untill after I've gotten my degree.
User avatar #51 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I see, I should have added "telling the truth".

Speaking of employability, what's the difference between Domino's Pizza and a degree in theoretical physics?

Domino's Pizza can put food on the table.
User avatar #53 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Frankly man, I dont care if you believe me or not.
Just reiterating it here for you has put me in a good mood. I am living in the heart of my nations capital, getting the degree I always wanted, and I've had sex with models. I am living precisely the life I set out to create for myself, and the fact that you think it sounds too good to be true, only makes me happier about it.
Thanks for that.

Btw, you cant take a "degree in theoretical physics" in Denmark. You get both applied physics and theoretical physics here.
User avatar #58 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
You seem to have misunderstood, living in the wishy-washy hippy commune of a weed factory that is Denmark studying something as dull as physics and hanging out with the sort of vapid walking daddy issue that chooses to be both a model AND a goth sounds close to my idea of hell.

I also just think you're lying.
#63 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Why would I lie to a person on the internet? What would I gain from that??
What do you have against Denmark? And what do you have against Goths? And why do you think physics are dull? Its literally the study of how the world works. Closest thing to a wizard you can get, man.
User avatar #64 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Irrational hatred mostly, also I don't really like Orange
b) I've never met a Goth that I haven't found to me a massive attention seeker who just wants to show the world how special and unique they are. Also piercings.
c) >2015
>Still believing that physics is the best science
Genetic engineering is where it's at, pleb.
User avatar #69 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) You dont orange? Orange has nothing to do with Denmark. Our flag is red.
b) I agree, many goths, especially the younger ones, are irretating little shits who are just wearing black clothes to show how "unique" and "special" they are. Not all goths are like that though. I've been wearing what could loosely be considered "gothic" clothing for about 5-6 years by now, and I'm a pretty quiet person when in public...when not amazingly drunk of course.
c) I dont nessesarily believe its the best science. From a purely utilitarian point of view, its probably pretty useless in the grand sceme of things. However, its what I find interesting and its what I do. If you're all into genetic engineering, thats cool. We need that too. Its just not my prefered field of study.
User avatar #71 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
a) Like I said, irrational hatred, logic has no place here
b) You describe yourself as slightly gothic and you spend your time bragging on the internet about your hottie gothchick girlfriend and telling everyone about your degree in theoretical physics (choosing to talk about that, no doubt, because it sounds more impressive than plain ol' applied physics). No offence dude but even if what your saying is true, you're part of the problem.
c) That's a valid point.
User avatar #79 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
a) ...Ok. I find that point alittle wierd, but not alot of discussion to be had there. I accept your assertion.
b) I dont brag about it. I mentioned my degree as evidence that I wasn't stupid, since a dude insulted me by suggesting I was stupid. Then you made another bunch of assertions which also weren't true, and I drew the other parts of my life into it to rebuke those assertions. Also, she isn't my girlfriend. Just some chick I hooked up with. I dont do relationships very well, so I prefer to stay out of them altogether. Finally, you were the one who mentioned theoretical physics, not me. All I mentioned was Advanced Quantum Mechanics, and I only called it that because thats what the course is called. Should I have used a less impressive word for it, just to make it sound less impressive even though I am just saying the name of the course? This is the internet. Are goth dudes who prefer to stay home and play computer games and bullshit on the internet in lieu of going out on a Saturday night, really the problem??
User avatar #81 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah, but I'm waiting in for a shopping delivery and I've already passed all the funny stuff on this website. In short, arguing over basically nothing it more entertaining than doing nothing.
User avatar #82 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
That really is the gist of most interactions that occur over the internet, isn't it?
What kind delivery are you waiting for? Something interesting?
User avatar #84 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
I wish, it's plain old groceries. I'm also about 60% sure they chapped the door and left. How about you, anything particularly interesting going your way?
User avatar #92 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Nop. I have this wierd ass course at uni, where one of the assignments is a podcast I had to do, so I've been spending the day/night doing that. Almost finnish too, just need to add the pictures and stitch the audio recordings together. Its kinda bullshit.

Incidentally, do you have any good ideas for a name I could give to a magical force that embodies the essence of "The Void"? I am writing some stuff for a roleplay, and I am having issues comming up with a good name for this particular thing.
User avatar #97 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
Sounds weird. I bet you're glad it's done though. I just finished a biology investigation on fruit juice of all things so I can understand the relief.

I haven't the foggiest I'm afraid but in my experience as a mediocre GM I've found foreign language cop out to be extremely effective. I once ran a campaign where the players had to defeat a person of mass destruction called "Apollyon", literally Latin for "destroyer".
User avatar #99 - krobeles (03/28/2015) [-]
Hey, thanks! I actually thought I had already mined foreign languages for words about this I've used words like "Nihilus" and shit, as synonyms for The Void itself. but as it turns out, "Inanis" aparently is a direct translation of Void into Latin.
That'll work!
User avatar #100 - thegamegestapo (03/29/2015) [-]
Inanis sounds a bit like a name of a person to me. What's your setting anyhow?
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His cell at Arkham is also 0801, which is HA in the alphabet.
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User avatar #68 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
But pride is not showing weakness.
It would be a hit to your pride if you backed down, ergo is was a fight over pride, and a dead archduke
User avatar #69 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
What? No.

The dominant geopolitical powers in the world not backing down and risking a reduction in their influence while under threat from new powers does not equate to some pseudo-poetic "pride was their sin" nonsense.

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User avatar #66 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
It's really not an oversimplification though.

Austrian dude assassinated by the black hand, austria says they're gonna fuck up serbia in revenge.
Russia's like "No, if you attack serbia we'll attack you"
And Germany said if Russia attacks Austria, they'll defend Germany.
At which point France and GB, who had a defensive treaty with Russia also got in on it.

Saying it was started by Ferdinand assassination is a simplification, but that's how the war started. It was literally a pride contest
User avatar #67 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
The alliance system only came about as a result of other factors though. Calling it pride is also a mistruth as it was more about not showing weakness. It was playground tier stupidity all right but it was a little more than just some dead Archduke.
User avatar #68 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
But pride is not showing weakness.
It would be a hit to your pride if you backed down, ergo is was a fight over pride, and a dead archduke
User avatar #69 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
What? No.

The dominant geopolitical powers in the world not backing down and risking a reduction in their influence while under threat from new powers does not equate to some pseudo-poetic "pride was their sin" nonsense.

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User avatar #64 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
No, the whole reason for the war was archduke Ferdinand was assassinated.
And Stalingrad and the ACW were like WW1, not like the space thing.
The space thing is wearing down with huge numbers of inferior numbers.
These real world conflicts are about surviving until you can advance beyond the enemy and become superior, at which point you destroy them.

In stalingrad, the Soviet troops were vastly superior to the Germans and Romanians, in both equipment, training, and numbers.
During the ACW, the south started off with an army, the north didn't. The north then created an army, which ended up being superior to their southern counterparts.
User avatar #65 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
That's a massive oversimplification, the war started because of the growth of German influence was threatening the Imperial powers. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand was just the trigger.

And you're incorrect, warfare is about intimidating your enemy into surrendering. From tribal face paint to modern 'Shock and Awe' it's all boils down to making the other guy so scared he doesn't want to fight any more.

In Stalingrad the 'soldiers' were conscripted farmers, many of whom had never fired a gun before (and many never did on account of being machine gunned first). Comparatively, the Axis forces were made up of a well trained professional army that was superior in all but numbers. They won because Stalin knew that even if each German killed two Russians before he was killed himself it wouldn't matter because the Russians had five men for every German.

User avatar #66 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
It's really not an oversimplification though.

Austrian dude assassinated by the black hand, austria says they're gonna fuck up serbia in revenge.
Russia's like "No, if you attack serbia we'll attack you"
And Germany said if Russia attacks Austria, they'll defend Germany.
At which point France and GB, who had a defensive treaty with Russia also got in on it.

Saying it was started by Ferdinand assassination is a simplification, but that's how the war started. It was literally a pride contest
User avatar #67 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
The alliance system only came about as a result of other factors though. Calling it pride is also a mistruth as it was more about not showing weakness. It was playground tier stupidity all right but it was a little more than just some dead Archduke.
User avatar #68 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
But pride is not showing weakness.
It would be a hit to your pride if you backed down, ergo is was a fight over pride, and a dead archduke
User avatar #69 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
What? No.

The dominant geopolitical powers in the world not backing down and risking a reduction in their influence while under threat from new powers does not equate to some pseudo-poetic "pride was their sin" nonsense.

User avatar #63 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
And the Germans only started losing the territory you mentioned because of the intervention of the well supplied, well supported American army AFTER the Entente wore away at them for four years. Until then the Germans were gaining ground.
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User avatar #61 - wotterpatch (03/27/2015) [-]
But this 40k scenario or whatever it is still isn't that.
The humans just wore down the aliens with wave upon wave of inferior troops.

The french/british were vastly superior to the germans, especially at the end of the war.
And the aliens weren't in as desperate a situation as the germans. The germans gave up because they were losing miles of territory a day, something quite bad for trench warfare. Whereas the aliens appeared to realize they would be worn down over time
User avatar #62 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
That's not necessarily true. The whole reason for the war was that Germany was about to over take Britain as the most powerful country in the world. Germany had already beaten France in the Franco-Prussian war and, in combination with their allies, Germany was arguably more powerful. What the war did was pull able bodied men out of factories and have them killing people in trenches. The economy really collapsed because:
a) The war meant that Germany was unable to trade the goods it needed to keep its economy running
b) It no longer had the men necessary to process those goods.

The scenario stretches it a little but the concept is rooted in military history. Just think about Stalingrad or even the American Civil War, this was the purpose of "Not one step back".
User avatar #64 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
No, the whole reason for the war was archduke Ferdinand was assassinated.
And Stalingrad and the ACW were like WW1, not like the space thing.
The space thing is wearing down with huge numbers of inferior numbers.
These real world conflicts are about surviving until you can advance beyond the enemy and become superior, at which point you destroy them.

In stalingrad, the Soviet troops were vastly superior to the Germans and Romanians, in both equipment, training, and numbers.
During the ACW, the south started off with an army, the north didn't. The north then created an army, which ended up being superior to their southern counterparts.
User avatar #65 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
That's a massive oversimplification, the war started because of the growth of German influence was threatening the Imperial powers. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand was just the trigger.

And you're incorrect, warfare is about intimidating your enemy into surrendering. From tribal face paint to modern 'Shock and Awe' it's all boils down to making the other guy so scared he doesn't want to fight any more.

In Stalingrad the 'soldiers' were conscripted farmers, many of whom had never fired a gun before (and many never did on account of being machine gunned first). Comparatively, the Axis forces were made up of a well trained professional army that was superior in all but numbers. They won because Stalin knew that even if each German killed two Russians before he was killed himself it wouldn't matter because the Russians had five men for every German.

User avatar #66 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
It's really not an oversimplification though.

Austrian dude assassinated by the black hand, austria says they're gonna fuck up serbia in revenge.
Russia's like "No, if you attack serbia we'll attack you"
And Germany said if Russia attacks Austria, they'll defend Germany.
At which point France and GB, who had a defensive treaty with Russia also got in on it.

Saying it was started by Ferdinand assassination is a simplification, but that's how the war started. It was literally a pride contest
User avatar #67 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
The alliance system only came about as a result of other factors though. Calling it pride is also a mistruth as it was more about not showing weakness. It was playground tier stupidity all right but it was a little more than just some dead Archduke.
User avatar #68 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
But pride is not showing weakness.
It would be a hit to your pride if you backed down, ergo is was a fight over pride, and a dead archduke
User avatar #69 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
What? No.

The dominant geopolitical powers in the world not backing down and risking a reduction in their influence while under threat from new powers does not equate to some pseudo-poetic "pride was their sin" nonsense.

User avatar #63 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
And the Germans only started losing the territory you mentioned because of the intervention of the well supplied, well supported American army AFTER the Entente wore away at them for four years. Until then the Germans were gaining ground.
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User avatar #59 - wotterpatch (03/27/2015) [-]
That's really not at all what happened in WW1.
The German army lost its momentum, and was never able to regain it. They are a smaller country, with less resources, and they were unable to sustain the Production. It has nothing to do with it being Pyrrhic or not.

The German industry literally was unable to keep up the necessary production, and they ran out of supplies, as well as eventually men. They were worn down. It's not at all the same thing, as at the end of the war the Allies were significantly stronger in all ways than the Germans/Austrians
User avatar #60 - thegamegestapo (03/27/2015) [-]
That's what attrition warfare is. The Royal Navy blockaded Germany, and the land armies hammered away at one another to waste resources of the other side. The Germans did not have the ability to suffer then losses and their economy, and by extension, their country collapsed.

Also, for a more direct comparison look up the Battle of Loos, or the Somme.

Also, the only reason the Entente was stronger is because they had territory and populations that were unaffected.
User avatar #61 - wotterpatch (03/27/2015) [-]
But this 40k scenario or whatever it is still isn't that.
The humans just wore down the aliens with wave upon wave of inferior troops.

The french/british were vastly superior to the germans, especially at the end of the war.
And the aliens weren't in as desperate a situation as the germans. The germans gave up because they were losing miles of territory a day, something quite bad for trench warfare. Whereas the aliens appeared to realize they would be worn down over time
User avatar #62 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
That's not necessarily true. The whole reason for the war was that Germany was about to over take Britain as the most powerful country in the world. Germany had already beaten France in the Franco-Prussian war and, in combination with their allies, Germany was arguably more powerful. What the war did was pull able bodied men out of factories and have them killing people in trenches. The economy really collapsed because:
a) The war meant that Germany was unable to trade the goods it needed to keep its economy running
b) It no longer had the men necessary to process those goods.

The scenario stretches it a little but the concept is rooted in military history. Just think about Stalingrad or even the American Civil War, this was the purpose of "Not one step back".
User avatar #64 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
No, the whole reason for the war was archduke Ferdinand was assassinated.
And Stalingrad and the ACW were like WW1, not like the space thing.
The space thing is wearing down with huge numbers of inferior numbers.
These real world conflicts are about surviving until you can advance beyond the enemy and become superior, at which point you destroy them.

In stalingrad, the Soviet troops were vastly superior to the Germans and Romanians, in both equipment, training, and numbers.
During the ACW, the south started off with an army, the north didn't. The north then created an army, which ended up being superior to their southern counterparts.
User avatar #65 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
That's a massive oversimplification, the war started because of the growth of German influence was threatening the Imperial powers. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand was just the trigger.

And you're incorrect, warfare is about intimidating your enemy into surrendering. From tribal face paint to modern 'Shock and Awe' it's all boils down to making the other guy so scared he doesn't want to fight any more.

In Stalingrad the 'soldiers' were conscripted farmers, many of whom had never fired a gun before (and many never did on account of being machine gunned first). Comparatively, the Axis forces were made up of a well trained professional army that was superior in all but numbers. They won because Stalin knew that even if each German killed two Russians before he was killed himself it wouldn't matter because the Russians had five men for every German.

User avatar #66 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
It's really not an oversimplification though.

Austrian dude assassinated by the black hand, austria says they're gonna fuck up serbia in revenge.
Russia's like "No, if you attack serbia we'll attack you"
And Germany said if Russia attacks Austria, they'll defend Germany.
At which point France and GB, who had a defensive treaty with Russia also got in on it.

Saying it was started by Ferdinand assassination is a simplification, but that's how the war started. It was literally a pride contest
User avatar #67 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
The alliance system only came about as a result of other factors though. Calling it pride is also a mistruth as it was more about not showing weakness. It was playground tier stupidity all right but it was a little more than just some dead Archduke.
User avatar #68 - wotterpatch (03/28/2015) [-]
But pride is not showing weakness.
It would be a hit to your pride if you backed down, ergo is was a fight over pride, and a dead archduke
User avatar #69 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
What? No.

The dominant geopolitical powers in the world not backing down and risking a reduction in their influence while under threat from new powers does not equate to some pseudo-poetic "pride was their sin" nonsense.

User avatar #63 - thegamegestapo (03/28/2015) [-]
And the Germans only started losing the territory you mentioned because of the intervention of the well supplied, well supported American army AFTER the Entente wore away at them for four years. Until then the Germans were gaining ground.
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