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RPGs in General
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quote:
Originally written by Timber-Wolf:

I got morrowind, its alright but im not really drawn into it, userly get bored after 10 minutes and quit
Yea, that happened to me when I first got it. Just leave it for a while and then go back to it and it will draw you in and you will begin to love it. Thats what happened with me, I began taking days off of school to play it. It was really addictive when I got into it but I couldnt play it once I beat the main mission as it bored me. I have once again began to play it and it has drawn me in once more so chances are school wont be seeing me for a while. Also FFVIII is probably my favourite one of them. It was great fun although I only got most of the way through the third disk. I loved the cutscenes and that card game was great. Also the plot wasnt that bad and was enough to draw me in eventually.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
How evil is too evil> in Blades of Avernum
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I'd love to see a scenario where we can play as the evil side. It'd be nice for a change rather than allways trying to save stuff and do good things for everyone.
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Official Election Final Round Voting in General
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I vote Stug.
Sorry Thuryl but lets face it, your an Aussie.
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Regrettable But in General
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Profile Homepage #38
Ah, it seems elections bring out the best in people.

[ Friday, July 15, 2005 00:19: Message edited by: Kingy ]
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Favorite web comic. in General
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The Pointless But Hilarious Quest

8-Bit-Theatre

The Order Of The Stick

My favourite would have to be 8-bit-theatre as that allways makes me laugh, and the next would be the pointless but hilarious quest which most of the time has something funny and there are alot of brillant ones that are the best I've read. Usually it's only just "good" though and thats why its my second favourite.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Favorite Movie in General
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Profile Homepage #25
quote:
Originally written by Too little, two late:

The Usual Suspects and Adaptation.
Blah, Adaptation, I hated that movie. I mean a movie about a guy writing a movie about a guy writing a movie about a guy writing a movie.
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Mod for Morrowind about Avernum in The Avernum Trilogy
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Whoopie. I join up and instantly it's been stopped.
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RPGs in General
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I'd have to say Avernum 2 (not trying to suck up or anything) and then it'd be Morrowind (that game was brilliant)and after that probably Diablo 2.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Family Guy!!!! in General
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quote:
Originally written by Spring:

*Prefers Seinfeld, Tim 'The Toolman' Taylor in Home Improvement and King of the Hill*

Ok, I agree with the first two but King of the Hill bored the hell out of me. It was just really tedious and nothing really ever happened.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Favorite Beatles Songs in General
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I think that quite a few beatles songs are good but theres not much point naming them as I have only one real favourite. That favourite song, which is brilliant, is - While My Guitar Gently Weeps.

Edit: that better?

[ Monday, July 11, 2005 23:21: Message edited by: Kingy ]
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Favorite Redwall Book in General
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It's amazing how the guy can turn a book about fighting squirrels etc into a realistic and believable thing.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Which do you prefer? in Nethergate
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If it was Avernum 2 it'd be a surefire win but, although Avernum 1 was good, Nethergate wins out of those 2.
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Avernum 4: The Stone of Night in General
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Profile Homepage #25
quote:
Originally written by Averman:

i've yet to play an 'Avernum' that i didnt like.
quote:
Originally written by Lt. Sullust:

Then I suggest you give Avernum 3 a try... :P
Yea, I second that, It's the only Avernum that I didn't even bother finishing the demo of.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
How many downloads ... ? in General
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It's incredibly easy to come across registration codes for even small and unknown games like these. In fact just lately I've been having trouble not coming across sites that contain them. I'm sure that if they're this easy to come across, many people will be tempted to just use the keygens.
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How many downloads ... ? in General
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You've also got to think that there will be an additional 5-10% of people that don't buy but instead pirate the games. It's not a nice fact but it's true.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Favorite Movie in General
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Profile Homepage #17
quote:
Originally written by Slp006:

The Matrix. Hands down. The first one is good alone, but when put together as a complete trilogy, all three are great.
Naaaaaa. The first one is pretty damn good, I'll admit that, but after that it just turns to rubbish. It seems to me that they were hastily put together and not much effort was put in. The second two had little moments in them but just didn't seem all that great.
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Favorite Redwall Book in General
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Ah, Mossflower. That might actually be my second favourite as it is the one that got me into the series. Also it really doesn't matter what order you read them in.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Happy Fireworks! in General
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Profile Homepage #23
I remember last Guy Falks (Our big fireworks event) me and a bunch of mates went to the beach and opened up one of those big fireworks that shoots like 50 little balls and put individual fuses in each one and had our own little war. It was funny to be sitting around thinking yourself safe only to see a flaming stick fly over and shoot at you. Someone got hit in the head from 1 metre and got knocked over. Ah the fun.
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Pick my birthday activity! in General
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Drunken beach party.
Thats some of the most fun I've ever had.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Favorite Redwall Book in General
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I didn't know there was a new one. But my favourite would be The Long Patrol. Those hares crack me up.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Favorite Movie in General
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The star was series is brilliant.
Monty python and the Holy Grail is also brilliant.
Oh and I can't forget Bill and Teds excellent adventure and Bill and Teds Bogus Journey.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
London Bombings in General
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What pisses me off the most is that these were people that would have never caused any harm. They're not even trying to attack military targets. They fight like cowards, attacking and then fleeing back to their holes in the sand, not bothering to stand and fight like men. WWI and WWII were the best (not saying that war and death are good) in the fact that the enemy was fighting fairly. Sure they may not have been great people but they didn't just blow themselves up in the midst of innocent people and then wait for chaos to ensue. They stood and fought with some honor.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Looking At Free and Odd Games. in General
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Profile Homepage #33
quote:
Originally written by The Almighty Doer of Stuff:

Fate is apparently by WildTangent. DO NOT DOWNLOAD IT! It is well-known that WildTangent programs are always full of spyware and adware.
As for free games

It's a brilliant game and is well worth it. Just get AdAware and clean up afterwards. I mean, theres no point missing out on a good game (its also only $20) just because your too lazy to download a program to clean up afterwards.
Posts: 776 | Registered: Friday, July 4 2003 07:00
Recommended Reading in General
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Sword of Shanara is pretty good. Not sure who thats by.
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Looking At Free and Odd Games. in General
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I just found a game that's quite fun, and is a mix of WOW and Diablo 2. It's called Fate
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