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Ah...It's good to be back. in General
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Can't say I remember you but it's good to see an old member make a triumphant return. Welcome back.
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Know any good RPGs? in General
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Download a N64 emulator and get Mario 64. That would probably be my favourite rpg ever. Diablo 2 is also pretty good.
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My party is gone. in Blades of Avernum
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With windows the save files are kept in a completly different place on the hard drive (eg. My Documents). If it's the same sort of thing for mac that could be your problem.
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Mad Ambition - The fight in the fort! in Blades of Avernum
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I agree. It was nearly impossible to figure out and most people don't bother to notice anything other than the immediate action in those type of situations.
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The more the merrier, eh? in General
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Another One Bites the Dust. I haven't heard any queen in ages and it should be easy enough to do.
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What's your favorite cereal? in General
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Seafood just doesn't belong on a pizza.
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What's your favorite cereal? in General
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Anything from America for all three. It doesn't matter what you get over here an american pizza of any kind will no doubt kick its ass.
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Insomnia. in General
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I think he wanted sleep not suicide.
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Hintbooks... in The Avernum Trilogy
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Yea, that's the same as me. Although I would like to own one as having the actual thing is always nice. However, having to pay for the hintbook and for the shipping of it just isn't worth it.
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Insomnia. in General
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I have no idea. I recently had insomnia from things that were happening in my life and I just didn't sleep for a few days. I recommend drinking a few beers and that will make you really tierd.
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RPGs in General
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Diablo II was good, but 1 didnt appeal to me at all.
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Do you trust people? in General
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[quote=Thuryl]
I trust complete strangers not to beat me to death and steal my wallet in the middle of the street
[/quote]Every time someone my age walks past the bus stop I prepare to get into a fight, although being 6'2 usually stops most people from trying.
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I'm Back! And gone again.... in General
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Who are you again?
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Which song should I sing for the SW community? in General
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Trogdor the Burninator. Gotta love that song. Infact, I might go record that later.
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Do you trust people? in General
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How can you truly love someone if you can't trust them?
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Nethergate Update Poll in Nethergate
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Yea, I loved the fact that the story line was differnent and it offered something completely new without losing the Avernum type engine. (I played it after the avernums by the way). I think a second one like that would be brilliant.
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RPGs in General
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Like I said, I think it's just because I played it first so it is what I'm used to. The other ways just seem wierd. And that card game was brilliant.
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Favorite game... in General
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Theres not to much point getting excited about those types of games until they come out. Just because a game looks and sounds good in no way means it will be. Empire Earth II was a huge disapointment. Rise of nations is by far the best one of those type games because of the whole combination of Risk and AOE.
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Favorite Movie in General
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quote:
Originally written by demonslaeyr:

**THIS JUST IN**

The DOOM movie is apparently not going to suck.

Well, it even if it's better than Doom 3 it's got a long way to go before it gets out of the "terrible" category. I really hated Doom 3 and no-one else I knew did, but a while back I found someone else who did. - Doom 3 Review My favourtie line is "When I played Doom 3 for the first time, I pondered to myself, "Yeah, this game is alright, but it would be a lot better if it had four colors, three graphics, two players, one ball, and no point."

It's so true.
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Airborn, Skybreaker in General
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I think this probably should have been put in the "reccomended reading" thread. It doesn't really seem like something that is big enough to get its own topic.
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Do you trust people? in General
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I used to be quite trusting. But now I trust like one or two people. I trust my best mate to keep secrets and give me decent advice, but I don't trust him not to draw on my face while sleeping/kill me. The killing thing has almost happened so many times that we decided to get a few on video. Most of the time it's just ideas of his that sound good but never quite go as planned.
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look what i found in General
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At the end of the day those things would just get boring and tedius anyway. They would just end up annoying people when newcomers start using them constantly.
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Favorite game... in General
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Jumpin' Salmon - Whats pit?
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Favorite game... in General
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The board game Risk is also really fun.
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What magazines do you subscribe to? in General
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I don't subscribe to any mags but I do occasionally purchase PCgamer and occasional PS2 magazines when there is something decent on the demo disk.
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